Dutch electric moped start-up GO Sharing has marked its first international success with the deployment of 200 e-mopeds in Vienna, Austria.

The 45km/h top speed shared e-mopeds are now available in the Austrian capital to anyone with a valid driver’s license using the GO Sharing app. The use of helmets is mandatory and all mopeds are equipped with two helmets and hair nets. E-mopeds are available at a starting rate of €0.23 per minute.

Since its launch in 2019, Go Sharing has provided over 4,000 e-mopeds operating across 30 cities, in the Netherlands.

Its ambition is to change mobility attitudes from ownership to pay-as-you-go use. “We want to offer a sustainable solution, using electric shared vehicles. Together with our users, we can reduce carbon emissions and traffic jams,” says GO Sharing CEO Raymon Pouwels.

“We are incredibly proud that our service is now available in Vienna. This is a major step towards fulfilling our goals. At present, the focus lies on shared e-mopeds, but we hope to make all forms of transport a shared service”, says Pouwels.