In many communities, most people’s daily commutes often average just under 10 kilometers. In certain areas, people’s needs could be met with some form of transportation that is capable of a little over 20 kilometers (km) of range.
These main roads that are served by the public transport service operators such as the minibus taxis — or matatus, as they are called in Kenya — are often a bit far from where the people actually stay, or the people simply can’t afford the fare and have to walk several kilometers to get to where they need to go.
In such an environment, affordable electric micro-mobility solutions can make a huge difference.
Read more: CleanTechnica