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Free Now carried more than 20 million passengers in 2019.

Taxi-hailing company Free Now intends to allow users in Ireland to access shared micromobility services such as electric bikes and e-scooters via thir(...)

Green Mobility’s Dublin scheme will be similar in scale to its operation in Copenhagen, which employs 35 full-time staff.

Danish car-sharing company Green Mobility is to set up a scheme in Dublin this year with a fleet of 400 electric cars. Competing with GoCar, owned by(...)

Eamon Ryan: as minister for the environment in 2010 he outlined his vision for Irish motoring

In 2010 Eamon Ryan, then minister for the environment, outlined his vision for Irish motoring. The target for 2012 was to have 6,000 electric passenge(...)

Ormen holds the Irish franchise for Europcar. Photograph: Europcar

Ormen, a group which holds the Irish franchise for car rental brand Europcar, recorded pre-tax profits of €3.73 million for the 12 months ending Au(...)

GoCar: city dwellers  can now avail of a pool of cars parked around the capital, paying for them by the hour. Dublin City Council’s 30,000 pay-and-display car parking spaces can be used by car clubs for the first time.  Photograph: Conor McCabe

It’s been on the go for quite a while in other European capitals like Paris and Berlin, but Dublin is finally getting a fully-fledged car-sharing s(...)