Ride Report, a Portland, Oregon-based micromobility management tool that allows cities around the world to manage their bike and scooter share programs, raised $10M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Unusual Ventures.
This new funding will enable the company to deepen its commitment to helping cities provide environmentally efficient transportation options in their communities.
Led by William Henderson, CEO, Ride Report provides 60 cities — including Austin, Portland, and Wellington, New Zealand — with real-time data to help them ensure compliance, achieve policy goals and make informed decisions about how they manage micromobility. Operators like Bird and Lime also use Ride Report’s technology to see what the city sees, which gives understanding how local regulations are applied, helps them identify data issues, and addresses potential compliance mishaps.