Scoot Networks launches one-way electric scooter trips

A one way electric scooter trip — is that the answer to getting you to the train station every morning? Startup Scoot Networks has now launched one-way trips for its growing network of shared electric scooters.

The Zipcar of electric scooters launches to the public

Scoot Networks, which has created a network of shared electric scooters, officially launched to the public on Wednesday. One of the killer apps of the service caters to commuters looking to solve the last mile problem of their commutes.

Zimride launches mobile real time ride sharing via Lyft

Ride sharing startup Zimride is launching a new experimental mobile app called Lyft that will enable drivers and riders to connect in real time, and even watch the drivers navigate to the agreed upon pick-up spot via a map on the smartphone.

Green Overdrive [video]: Meet the Zipcar for electric scooters

A startup called Scoot Networks, which is looking to be the Zipcar for electric scooters, recently launched its beta service in San Francisco after being incubated out of the Greenstart program. For GigaOM TV’s latest Green Overdrive show, we go on a ride with Scoot.

Amidst hard times for greentech, digital green startups emerge

Young, early-stage green-focused startups are a rare breed these days. The demo day for the green digital-focused accelerator Greenstart was one of the first times in a long time that I’ve seen a grouping of new young green-leaning startups looking for their first round of funding.

Introducing Scoot Networks, the Zipcar for electric scooters

Feel like standard car sharing, via networks like Zipcar, is getting a bit old? Well, a startup called Scoot Networks is officially coming out of stealth on Wednesday at the Launch Festival in San Francisco and is announcing its Zipcar-style sharing network for electric scooters.