For the following cities (highlighted in the table with *), major changes have been announced/confirmed but not yet fully implemented. The expected revised overall scores are as follows:
Paris: ▼ 60.8% – Ban on shared e-scooters expected to come into force by September 2023
Madrid: ▲ 35.3% – New BiciMad e-bike scheme with up to 7,500 bikes
Brussels: ▼ 39.5% – Introducing a cap of 8,000 e-scooters in 2024
Barcelona: ▲ 21.8% – Planned addition of up to 2,500 e-bikes in 2023
Tri-City: ▲ 38.5% – 3,000 e-bikes and 1,000 bikes deployed in May/June 2023
Greater Manchester: ▲ 14.5% – Expected delivery of electric buses in 2023 following reinstated local control of buses starting in September 2023
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