Electric Scooters & Electric Bikes

Build Stronger Neighbourhoods In Your Municipality 

Pioneering micro-mobility solutions toward building economically and environmentally sustainable places.
Stimulates economic growth
Reduces congestion and pollution
Lowers emissions
Enhances local tourism
Helps commuters get around
  • Micromobility Reduces Congestion & Helps Local Economies

    Effective January 1, 2020, the Province of Ontario rolled out an e-Scooter pilot program, encouraging municipalities to explore the use of this form of micromobility to help people get around. 

    By offering more transportation choices, residents have the option to choose commuting methods that help:

     Reduce congestion, pollution, and emissions
     Efficiently connect to transit hubs
     Stimulate economic growth
  • For All Those Commutes & Errands

    e-Scooters can help commuters reach transit connections and nearby destinations quicker, while also reducing congestion and emissions.

    Your municipality could be next in carrying out efforts in adapting or providing the right infrastructure to support the use of e-Scooters.

  • Boost Local Tourism And Economy

    e-Scooters and e-bikes allow for a fun and effective way to sightsee, and spend more time exploring local area businesses.

    A recent study even illustrates an increase in economic activity, in the food and beverage industries, as a result of shared e-Scooter programs.

    Travel and commuting via micro-mobility facilitates a pace that incentivizes visitors and residents to become better acquainted and discover their city.

    As municipalities continue to look into post-pandemic recovery, there are options and opportunities to spur economic activity. By providing energy-efficient and affordable transportation options to residents, such as e-Scooters, this can help local businesses recover and prosper.

Reducing Our Urban Carbon Footprint One Trip at a Time


Combating congestion, improving air quality, and reducing emissions, as well as reduced pollution and waste.


Providing residents with alternatives to automobile travel, and improving the availability and proximity of transit networks.


Connecting communities and improving health outcomes, through activity and pollution reduction.


Expanding access by offering a variety of affordable and reliable transportation options.


Increased access to viable transportation options promotes better social inclusion, and improves local proximity to opportunities.