As we close out 2019, we will have a chance to push into that future with Clear Channel Italy. Beginning in 2020, we will upgrade the existing bike system software in both Milan and Verona to bring both cities onto the Urban Sharing platform through user-friendly features such as public transport integration, sophisticated operational tools and instant mobile unlock.
The city of Milan currently has more cars per inhabitants than almost any other city in Europe. This is reflected in its equally high concentrations of air pollution, also among the highest in Europe.
Through its 2015 Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), Milan hopes to change that. Already Milan has created low-emission zones and aims to double its micromobility infrastructure by 2024. Still, in 2018 Milan averaged 5.3 million trips per day. While thirty percent of those trips were taken by cars, just six percent were taken by bike.
Read more here: https://medium.com/urbansharing/urban-sharing-to-power-the-bike-sharing-systems-of-milan-and-verona-9c4dada0cc6d
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