London Micromobility Alliance

The London Micromobility Alliance is a new and growing group that seeks to research and promote micromobility (bikes, e-bikes, e-scooters, cargo bikes) in London as a solution to many of the capital’s most pressing challenges.

Members of the London Micromobility Alliance are listed below. Centre for London is the Secretariat. If you’d like to learn more, or request to join the Alliance, please contact Rob Whitehead.

The London Micromobility Alliance

Active Things

Amber Infrastructure Limited





Campaign for Better Transport

Centre for London


Cyclo Technology



Electric Avenue

Helbiz UK Ltd



LINK by Superpedestrian


London Cycling Campaign

Momentum Transport Consultancy

Neuron Mobility

PA Consulting




Pure Electric

Qi Managed Services

Ride Report

Sinnis International



TIER Mobility








In September 2021, Centre for London published a research report looking at how micromobility fits onto our roads and streets. You can read it here.

In October 2020, together with 18 other organisations we published an open letter calling on the government to support the rollout of micromobility vehicles – e-scooters, e-cargo bikes and e-bikes – across the capital.

Our open letter to government

While we need to socially distance, public transport capacity will remain under intense pressure. Overlapping this crisis is the climate emergency.

There needs to be a new normal for travel in London: extra capacity and lower carbon ways of getting around. The danger is this comes from private cars. Transport for London estimates that without intervention vehicle numbers could double. That could mean double the congestion, air pollution, emissions and road danger. We cannot let that happen.

We must radically rethink how Londoners can safely and sustainably move around. There are many cities to emulate. In Amsterdam 48 per cent of commuting trips are made by bike. Paris has embraced radical steps to make transport safer and greener, closing roads to cars, building more cycling infrastructure, and welcoming ‘micromobility’ vehicles – e-scooters, e-cargo bikes and e-bikes – onto streets and cycle lanes.

Building on the great progress with walking and cycling in recent months, micromobility vehicles are a low carbon alternative to cars. But they need new policies and new language.

The London Micromobility Alliance wants to advance these mobility options. The government has legalised trials of rental e-scooter schemes, and some cities have already got going. We support TfL and London boroughs working with Whitehall to agree terms for a single trial over as much of London as possible. They should also work together to lay a pathway that sees micromobility vehicles become a central part of how Londoners move around. The government should also state its long term intention to legalise the widespread use of e-scooters, using evidence from the trials to inform regulation.

By making it easier to live without owning a car, or provide services without a van, increasing journeys using cycles, e-bikes, e-scooters and cargo bikes can help create a low carbon, inclusive, healthy, safe and prosperous London.