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Since launching, Lime riders have prevented an estimated 6,220 metric tons of carbon emissions from entering the atmosphere.
The survey, conducted by Lime and polling institute Odoxa, highlights the impact that micromobility is having on one of Europe’s most influential cities.
The City of Angels is celebrating a milestone that places it among the most prolific micromobility markets in the world.
More women, more low income earners and more people of color; newly released data underline the diversity of riders using Lime electric scooters.
Nearly two-thirds of micromobility riders in North America’s largest city reported using Lime to access public transit in the last month.
Lime’s integration with Google Maps is growing, allowing more riders to locate nearby electric scooters and bikes in more than 80 new cities around the world.
The largest city in the United States has a serious transit equity problem, and micromobility is a part of the solution.