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With the aim of reducing of pavement riding, Dott has used AI-powered cameras fitted to its shared e-scooters to identify the causes of the practice.
Dott has doubled the lifespan of 10,000 e-scooters through refurbishment, significantly reducing carbon emissions while advancing its sustainability initiatives.
Paris enacted a historic e-scooter ban on 31 August 2023, following an overwhelming citizen referendum vote in April 2023, marking a significant shift in the city's transportation landscape and setting a potential model for other urban areas.
MOVE 2023 proved to be an unparalleled platform for the mobility industry to converge, collaborate and innovate. With its focus on sustainability, the event served as a catalyst for driving positive change in the world of mobility. As the event continues to grow and evolve, it promises to remain at…
Dott witnesses a significant shift towards sustainable travel as longer ride distances and increased use of passes indicate a reduction in car reliance and a commitment to environmentally friendly transportation options.
TfL selects Dott, Lime and Voi as operators for the next phase of London's e-scooter rental trial, aiming to enhance safety measures and leverage data insights to shape future policies.
London's e-scooter trial, with over 600 parking bays and 5,000 vehicles, has facilitated 2.5 million trips spanning 6.5 million kilometres, providing a legal platform for e-scooter riding.
Having facilitated over four million rides in Rome over the past three years, this new contract will see Dott further solidify its presence in the city by providing a safe and sustainable micro-mobility service across 15 districts.
In partnership with the Sight Loss Council, the UK's first on-street testing of acoustic alerts for rental e-scooters is taking place in London, in order to make it easier for people with visual impairments to identify when a vehicle is nearby.
Following the result of the Paris referendum on the future of shared e-scooters in the city, Intelligent Transport's Editor, Leah Hockley, considers what happened and what the impact may be on the future of micro-mobility, and consults a range of stakeholders from across the industry to find out what the…
Peter Griffiths, Global Urban Futurist at BABLE, discusses the immense potential that neurodiverse people have to thrive within the transport sector and explains why it is necessary for companies to focus more on creating urban environments, transport infrastructure and places of work that are accommodating to all types of needs…
Welmoed Neijmeijer, Co-Chair of Micro-Mobility for Europe and Head of Public Policy – Micromobility & Carsharing at Bolt, and Sebastian Schlebusch, Head of Market Development at Dott, share exclusive insight into MMfE’s recent publication of aggregated micro-mobility incident data, which aims to put the data into a relative context and…
In the first 2023 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: building transit systems around people; returning cities to their rightful owners; connecting people through accessible, equitable and inclusive mobility; and plenty more.