Going out on the street and not bumping into an electric scooter on a sidewalk has become difficult, at least in cities where shared mobility companies have already arrived, as is the case of Lisbon, Porto, Braga, Faro and Coimbra. But the list goes on. If in Portugal, which is in 15th place in the list of countries with the highest use of shared scooters, this is how it is, imagine in Norway, which is at the top of the table.
The truth is that, in the capital of Norway, the number of scooters operating has already been reduced. Since September 2021, the number of such vehicles in Oslo has decreased from over 20,000 to 8,000. The measures in question? Limit the amount and prohibit its use at night. To what end? Reduce inconvenience and accidents.
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