In Turin, for example, will be introduced to the segways in the sharing of the Circ with a fleet of five hundred e-scooter at the disposal of those who want to use this form of mobility, convenient and environment-friendly.
The Circ, which was launched in Berlin last year, has a specific competence in the area of segways and has already established partnerships of micro-mobility in more than forty cities in twelve european Countries with more than three million hires.
The company proposes itself as a responsible partner of the authorities, citizens and local communities with the aim of improving the quality of mobility, and in addition to the service in the sharing of segways offers a constant cooperation with the administrations for the optimization of the offer.
“We are very pleased to offer our service in a major city like Turin, which is sensitive to innovations and able to intercept and launch new trends, said Matthew Corasaniti, director of operations Circ Italy. Turin is a wonderful opportunity that we welcome with enthusiasm and that, in addition to allow us to offer our service to citizens and tourists by studying the real needs of the city, will provide an opportunity for young fans of technology and sustainability to work in an international environment unique and challenging.”
The service may be used in various areas of the city and is integrated with the public transport system, thereby offering a possibility of movement, clean and simple.
To make use of the segways will be sufficient to download the dedicated app (available on PlayStore and Apple Store) on your smartphone and start the search of the e-scooter closer and scan the QR code present on the vehicle.
The company encourages you to wear a helmet (not required but recommended) and start the scooter by pushing it slightly to start the transport to your destination at the price of a euro to unlock and of 19 cents per minute.
also available Are three packages at the special price of: Happy Hour pass, with an hour of unlimited use to 4.90 euros; Weekly pass, 7-day breakouts free of charge 5.90 euros and Montlhy pass that provides 30-day unlock free 14,90 euro.
To report that, thanks to the contribution of a local team operating in the city 24 hours a day and 7 days on 7, the Circ is committed to keeping the roads in order by moving the vehicles in less-used and replacing those drains.
The delivery of the service takes place in a “free floating”, i.e. with the possibility to leave the vehicle anywhere within the circulation area once you have completed the rental, but at the Circ intend to propose to the Municipality of Turin, the location of specific parking areas where users will be encouraged to leave the scooters at the end of their use.
also Provided information and training initiatives on the rules of good use for all users, also present inside the app every time you use it, and in particular to the first hire of the electric scooter.
“To make the service a true ally of the mobility of turin, there to try a local team that will monitor every aspect – has underlined Leandro Alfieri – city manager of the Circ in Turin. Thanks to our european experience, which includes many cities, such as Turin, focus on a proposal of integrated and sustainable mobility in the next few weeks we will work closely with the Municipality and the citizens to study together the best introduction of the service so that it is really useful to the city and to the citizens, non-invasive and fits in the best way possible to the needs of all users, tourists included”. (m.r.)
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