Southeast Asia’s leading e-scooter service, Neuron Mobility, has been given the green light by the City of Darwin for a 12-month trial of its sharing services across 37 locations of Australia's Northern Territory’s capital.
“City of Darwin has jumped at the chance to support this 12 month trial,” said Josh Sattler, General Manager Innovation Growth and Development, City of Darwin, adding, “motorised scooters are a great option
for commuters, providing a quick, effortless and inexpensive mode of transport to move around the city.”
This trial will operate within terms and conditions established by representatives from the New Territories (NT) Police, Department of Information, Planning & Logistics (DIPL), Cullen Bay Authority,
Waterfront Corporation and Motor Accident Compensation (MAC) NT, said Zachary Wang, CEO of Neuron Mobility.
Darwin will be the first market globally to launch Neuron Mobility’s new commercial-grade N3 escooter, built from the ground up specifically for the sharing economy. The toughened scooters are
custom-built to ensure smoother urban commutes and safer rides, complementing existing transport options and improving economic activity for Darwin.