With TIER Mobility's arrival in Arezzo, residents and visitors can now enjoy a convenient and environmentally friendly mode of transportation, contributing to the city's sustainable mobility goals.
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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.
The UPPER project, which will run for four years and be coordinated by UITP, will seek to put public transport at the centre of the mobility ecosystem.
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.
In partnership with Meditral, Arriva Italy will operate a specialist service in Rome that will benefit students with reduced mobility and special educational needs.
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.
1,000 e-scooters will join Helbiz’s existing fleet of 2,500 e-bikes across Rome, aimed to offer a safe and sustainable mode of transportation while being seamlessly integrated into Rome's public transportation system.