Travel that is electric, shared and zero carbon
“I teach at Exeter College & at St Luke's campus & Co Bikes are the only way I can get from one to another quickly enough to start my class on time.”
Tim, Co Bikes member
In the UK, the sale of all petrol and diesel cars will be banned by 2035 at the latest. Meanwhile, November 2019 saw UK electric car sales increase by 228.9% and projections suggest that, by 2050, 1.5 million electric bikes will be sold per year across 10 of our major cities.
By investing in on demand electric shared mobility solutions, Co Cars will give people affordable access to electric cars and bikes, support behavioural change and help minimise the impact on the National Grid.
When Co Cars deploys its cars and bikes it also works with stakeholders to look at how they can support and enhance existing public transport infrastructure. This helps to create ‘mobility hubs’ that combine multiple modes of transport in one physical location, supporting first/last mile connectivity and a ‘car last’ attitude which results in increased walking, cycling and public transport use.