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It is no secret that micromobility is booming. Last mile solutions have abundantly adapted urban life and, according to Mckinsey, the industry will be worth $400 billion dollars by 2030 with over 30 actor cartage that need to be answerable and parked. But what about our cities? With the advent of micromobility there is already a degree of ataxia in public space, abuse and theft of vehicles, and issues of banal safety. On the other hand, firms are spending up to 60% of their income on operations and charging. What can be done to appropriately board micromobility into a city’s modal mix?