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TIER: Shaping the Future of Transport in Cities

When did you last drive a car in city traffic and think it was time well-spent? Too many cities have been built around the car – limiting available space and the right infrastructure to foster cleaner, smoother travel.

TIER believes that the design and networks of cities must be reimagined to enable more varied and sustainable ways to get around. The company offers a visionary and electric answer to the problems facing cities across Europe.

TIER was founded with a vision of leading the way towards seamless and sustainable mobility that is joyful for everyone. The company’s solutions started with electric scooters and have now been expanded to offer e-mopeds, with more still to come. TIER’s growing mix of clean, enjoyable modes of transport offer a fresh way to explore and experience a city that itself becomes less congested and polluted as a result. Such vehicles are easily available via the TIER app – designed for simple and seamless use, allowing riders to just tap and go.

In under two years, TIER has already served more than three million people with over 25 million rides. In this short time, the commuting habits of those at work and university have already changed for the better. In other words, TIER makes it easier to live without a private car; and the trend is only going in one direction. TIER data reveals how the modern city dweller is increasingly opting for such flexible, sustainable modes over the inflexible commitment of a private car.

A contributor to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, TIER proves its dedication to sustainability as the first in its industry to become a climate-neutral company. The company is continually innovating and developing its micro-mobility solutions to meet the expectations of the travellers of today and tomorrow – those who demand greener, easier, and more affordable ways to move.

A new scooter model has been launched with a swappable battery – removing the need for vehicles to be shipped away for charging – reducing the company’s carbon footprint. A focus on providing repair and maintenance guarantees a TIER product a lifespan of over two years. Even after this, TIER is committed to never discarding a vehicle and has created ‘myTIER’; an initiative allowing the public to buy refurbished scooter models. This approach showcases TIER’s commitment to ensuring that its operation is inherently sustainable – extending the life of every product.

At every step of its journey, TIER works in partnership with others, including governments, local authorities, charities, and the public – helping to achieve a shared goal of greener and less congested cities.

Parts of the transport sector have harmed the environment for too long, with the dominance of cars in cities proving central to this problem. TIER is changing the game through flexible city mobility – helping to pave the way towards safe and sustainable cities across Europe by changing mobility for good.



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