Question Time | E-scooters the “new kid on the travel block”
Small wheels, big headache?
The event is free to attend
As the popularity of e-scooters continues to grow and we are seeing an increasing number of e-scooters on the streets there are many facets to the debate as to whether e-scooters should be legalised in the UK. The ongoing rental trials in cities across the UK are key to gathering evidence to inform future policy decisions.
The accessibility and environmental benefits are obvious. However, this potential shift in travel habits presents a number of challenges to safety, regulation and governance.
Join our panel of experts at our next Question Time debate, who will discuss the issues facing those introducing, governing and policing e-scooters and the legal and practical implications of introducing a new “vulnerable road user” on to the UK highways.
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David has a background in sustainable transport, road safety, public sector scrutiny, planning and research. He manages the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Transport Safety . read more
Bolt is the leading European on-demand transportation platform with more than 25 million passengers in 35 countries. read more
Jonathan is Head of Service Delivery for the Motor Department, managing teams across four offices. read more
Paul has over 30 years of experience in the motor insurance industry, with extensive experience in motor non-indemnity issues, with particular expertise in the RTA, Article 75 and the MIB agreements. read more