The likes of Uber and Lyft are increasingly cosying up to scooters, and now one of the biggest ridesharing operators in Europe is joining the fray.
Estonian startup Taxify is rolling out an electric scooter sharing service in Paris this week, with plans to launch in other cities across Europe and Australia in the coming months.
Much like Uber and Lyft's vision, the scooters can be booked in the same Taxify app used to hail car rides.
"One in five Taxify rides are less than 3 kilometres (1.8 miles), which is the perfect distance to cover with an electric scooter," Markus Villig, CEO and co-founder of Taxify said in a statement. Read more...