Venice, Calif. (October 4, 2018) – Bird, the leader in Ridershare 2.0, today introduced Bird Delivery, a new offering that makes Bird’s low-cost, environmentally-friendly transportation option even more accessible to individuals.
In response to demand for convenient, all day access to Bird, Bird Delivery allows riders to request and use a Bird as they get around town. With Bird Delivery, a rider can request a Bird to be delivered to their home or business by 8am. Bird Delivery riders can then use it throughout the day to guarantee that they have an easy, affordable way to move around their city or campus without getting into a car, being stuck in traffic and adding carbon emissions to the atmosphere. Individuals interested in Bird Delivery can visit www.delivery.bird.co to join the waitlist and secure priority placement. Pricing, availability and the selection of cities to pilot Bird Delivery will be announced shortly.
“Bird was created to provide an equitable, convenient and reliable alternative to short car trips. Since launching, we are continually inspired by riders who opt for Bird rides over traveling by car, and share in the pain of riders when they express frustration about not having consistent and reliable access to Bird,” said Travis VanderZanden, Bird founder and CEO. “With Bird Delivery, we are aiming to address this pain point by guaranteeing they have access to a Bird when and where they need it and throughout the day.”
Bird is a last-mile electric vehicle sharing company dedicated to bringing affordable, environmentally friendly transportation solutions to communities across the world. It provides a fleet of shared electric scooters that can be accessed via smartphone. Birds give people looking to take a short journey across town or down that “last mile” from the subway or bus to their destination a way to do so that does not pollute the air or add to traffic. Bird works closely with the cities in which it operates so that Bird is a reliable and affordable transportation option for people who live and work there. Founded in 2017 by transportation pioneer Travis VanderZanden, Bird is headquartered in Venice, Calif., and is rapidly expanding across the country. Follow Bird on Instagram (www.instagram.com/bird), on Twitter at @BirdRide, and find more information at www.bird.co.