With a record number of rides having been recorded in the third quarter of 2022, Dott has provided visitors in many of Europe’s tourist hotspots with a sustainable way to explore cities during the summer holidays.
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The trial extension will allow TfL and London Councils to continue collecting data on e-scooter usage, as well as test new innovative technology, such as audible alerts, to improve safety for pedestrians.
Following Car Free Days in Paris and Brussels on 18 September 2022, Dott's e-scooters and e-bikes have seen a significant boost in ridership, with a total of 59,000 rides having taken place across both cities that day.
In an industry first, Dott's report has been produced following the Global Reporting Initiative guidelines and shares the company's successes and learnings from 2021, as it worked towards achieving its sustainability targets.
With the research highlighting the gender disparity in shared micro-mobility usage, Dott is working on initiatives to make its e-scooters more accessible for all, including the creation of women only training sessions.
The growing ridership has been fuelled by a significant increase in new riders, with Dott more than doubling the number of new riders to its service between April-June 2022 compared to the start of the year.
With the first fleet of adapted scooters to be deployed in the Parisian public space by the end of 2022, wheelchair users in the city will be able to take advantage of more efficient and independent travel for shorter journeys.
In addition to providing e-scooter and e-bike information to more cities through Google Maps, Dott has also launched its micro-mobility services in new countries such as Sweden, Israel and the Netherlands.
The first-of-its-kind partnership aims to bring more diverse riders into micro-mobility by offering residents across the city of Ghent with Dott and BAQME e-bikes and e-cargo bikes.
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.
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.