Kitchener-Waterloo – May 2, 2019/PRNewswire – ZIP Dockless Inc. (ZIP) is Canada’s first dockless scooter company, and has been developing dockless scooter technology in Ontario, Canada. ZIP is proud to announce that an agreement has been signed with the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance (UWSA) to work together with the aim to bring ZIP Scooters to the campus when road use regulations are amended.
“We are thrilled to be working with such passionate student representatives,” said Founder, Luke Mydlarz. “UWSA sees the long-term benefits of working with a local company that can provide alternative, affordable, and environmentally-friendly transportation options for its students.”
“We’re happy to be working with ZIP to introduce another environmentally-friendly initiative on our green campus. Like our southern neighbours at Wayne State University, I’m excited to see how students make use of ZIP’s easy-to-ride, mobile and innovative scooters,” said UWSA President Jeremiah Bowers. “We saw ZIP as an opportunity to evaluate something new and exciting for students for Fall 2019. Most importantly, it is at no cost to the students’ union. We look forward to seeing new and returning students zipping around campus”
ZIP is committed to providing affordable and sustainable transportation for people who live in the city where the “last mile” is the only mile. ZIP is looking for other forward-thinking organizations and cites to work with.
ABOUT ZIP Dockless Inc.
ZIP is the first Canadian dockless scooter company, based in Waterloo Region. They are striving to represent Canada in the micro-transit revolution that is occurring world-wide. For more information, see www.ridezip.co.
ABOUT University of Windsor Students’ Alliance (UWSA)
The University of Windsor Students’ Alliance (UWSA) is the full-time undergraduate student union at the University of Windsor, representing over 10,000 students. The UWSA is the primary service provider for students, the voice of students within all levels of community and government, and chief advocate on student issues. For more information, see http://www.uwsa.ca/.