Prioritizing safety, first.

  • Starting with less cars on the road Cars are one of the biggest safety hazards today. By replacing car trips with convenient options, like scooters, we can make cities safer and reduce pollution for everyone.
  • Making safe rides more fun The Bird Canada app encourages—and incentivizes—responsible riding. We even give out rewards to riders who park in designated areas, away from public pathways.
  • Tailoring our app to your city To help each city meet their unique goals, we work to deliver an app experience that includes localized education, designated no-ride zones, and more

Creating sustainable solutions.

Our custom vehicles are designed to be the safest, most durable micromobility options on the road today. Developed by Bird Canada’s industry-leading engineers, our shared fleet is informed by rigorous testing and learnings from the tens of millions of rides taken on the Bird Canada platform.
Vehicles made to last

Vehicles made to last

Our highest performing scooter is designed, and tested, to operate optimally for more than six years.

1,500 pounds of carbon avoided

Every Bird Canada on the road results in about 1,500 pounds of avoided carbon emissions each year.

Transportation Equity

Listening to the community.

Community Mode in the Bird Canada app makes it easy for anyone to submit complaints directly to our team, so we can all work together to keep our streets safe and address any issues that arise right away. To access Community Mode, simply tap the yield icon in the Bird Canada app.

Providing equitable access.

Bird Canada Access offers 5 free rides a day to low-income residents for $5 a month (prices may vary by city and program). Riders can also pay with cash and unlock vehicles via SMS. Learn more about eligibility requirements or complete the form below.
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Measuring the impact of micromobility

Measuring impact of micromobility
Our dashboards provide a customized view of Bird Canada data, specific to each city’s goals. In-depth APIs allow cities to analyze trends and measure the impact of micromobility—all while identifying issues and improving infrastructure within communities. To learn more, contact your Bird Canada Government Partnerships Representative.

And that’s just the start.

If you’re a city official and would like to partner with Bird Canada, get in touch to start the conversation.

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