Further expanding its micro-mobility operations in France, Dott will provide the city of Grenoble with over 4,000 e-scooters and e-bikes from July 2022.
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In addition to incorporating Dott’s e-bikes to its app for the first time, Citymapper has also added its shared e-scooters to new cities across Europe.
Dott’s shared e-bikes will allow Amersfoort and Enschede’s residents to sustainably travel around the city without having to worry about vehicle purchase, maintenance and service costs.
In order to meet growing rider demand across Brussels, Dott has expanded its fleet of e-bikes and launched a fleet of its next generation of e-scooters in the Belgian city.
With the launch of over 250 e-bikes on the streets of Hammersmith and Fulham, Dott marks the start of its London service, with plans to further expand its e-bike operation across the capital.
With software controlling the speed limit and e-learning modules available on the Dott app, Stockholm’s residents can now enjoy a safe, sustainable and convenient mode of transport to travel around the city.
FREE NOW has released a new report highlighting emerging transport trends across Europe and Ireland in 2021, including an increasing demand for e-mobility and micro-mobility options.
With 180,000 riders having used the scheme since its launch in June 2021, TfL has announced that London’s e-scooter trial - involving Dott, Lime and TIER Mobility - has exceeded half a million trips and 1.6 million kilometres.
Bringing the total Series B funding raised to over $150 million, Dott can now accelerate the rollout of its new e-bikes – expanding into new cities and countries – while investing into existing product development.
Building on existing work, University College London, TIER, Dott and Lime will research and develop a ‘universal sound’ for rental e-scooters in an effort to improve safety across the entire industry.
Now operating in nine countries and 38 cities, as well as successfully becoming multimodal, Dott supported 130 per cent more trips in 2021 compared to 2020.
From 30 January 2022, 1,000 of Dott's shared e-bikes will be available for use in Marseille, offering users an environmentally friendly way of moving around the city.
Technology has opened up the door for shared multimodal travel in our cities. Maxim Romain, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Dott, explains how technological connectivity is enhancing safety, driving efficiency and increasing accessibility to the company’s green e-bikes and e-scooters.
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