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Spin, the electric scooter-sharing company, is reimagining how people and cities flow by partnering to build a safe, equitable and sustainable mobility solution in the communities they serve. Join CPM's Micromobility Forum at our next meeting to hear from Bob Mallon, VP of Product and Design at Spin, and receive insights from a global micromobility player.
The meeting will be held virtually. All CPM members are invited to join, whether or not they have participated in Micromobility Forum meetings or events to date. If your firm is a CPM member, you are a CPM member and can register now. If you aren't a member yet, we invite you to join CPM today. RSVP to attend this meeting with Spin by 7/27/22.
PC: Spin Newsroom
Headquartered in San Francisco, Spin operates dockless electric scooters in cities and on campuses across North America and Europe. They have been recognized for launching the first stationless mobility program in the U.S. and were key in developing the world's first mobility permit system.
Committed to improving access to transportation for all, Spin's Safe Streets initiative includes investments in infrastructure like protected bike lanes and painted intersections, as well as a program to provide those without smartphones or credit cards with access to their scooters. Spin also deploys a percentage of their fleet in neighborhoods with limited public transportation options and gives discounted fares to those who qualify.
Spin has committed to achieving net negative emissions by 2025 through electrifying their operations, transitioning to 100% renewable energy for recharging, lowering manufacturing impacts and advocating for aggressive mode shift away from private cars. Spin maintains rider safety as a top priority, both on and off their mobility devices, with their Spin Safe digital education program and the commitment to sharing mobility data with their partners – important for program oversight, policy and planning purposes – while ensuring that user privacy is protected.