TALLINN - While the growing use of electric scooters and ride-hailing services is transforming how people move in urban centers, it does little to improve air quality, according to a report published by the European Environment Agency (EEA).
Walking, cycling and public transport remain the best ways for improving sustainable mobility in cities, the EEA said.
This year's transport and environment report "The first and last mile -- the key to sustainable urban transport" assesses how green and sustainable first and last mile transp...
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