Getting e-scooter trials right: learning from successful schemes

Webinar: 10.30 - 11.45

5 Aug 2020

Training course

** Last chance to book **

Based on the live polling that we carried out at an e-scooter webinar event earlier this month, plus responses to the Transport Select Committee – entitled 'pavement nuisance or transport innovation' – it’s clear that some apprehension remains regarding the best way to pilot e-scooters in the UK.

However, many observers note that safety concerns mirror those relating to cycling a decade ago: riders need helmets, road surfaces, speed, access to pavements and parking zones. How can we give policy-makers, planners, decision-makers and the public clarity that that e-scooters are potentially well-placed to help relieve pressure on public transport in the wake of coronavirus, whilst also keeping private car use levels down.

The webinar will explore:

  • Clarifying e-scooter operator offers to local authorities: collaboration, rider education, safety by design, transparent data sharing and maintenance
  • The potential for e-scooters in the UK’s future transport mix
  • Network planning and impacts on active travel
  • Case studies: Implications for pedestrians and other road users, including those with disabilities

Chair: Matthew Clark, Associate, Steer


Anthony Ferguson, Head of Traffic & Technology, Department for Transport
Henri Moissinac, CEO & co-founder, Dott & Duncan Robertson, UK General Manager, Dott
Conor ChaplinInnovation Research and Insight Officer, Transport for Greater Manchester
Conrad Haigh, Solent Transport Manager, Solent Transport

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