TIER Mobility reaches one million rides milestone in Dubai
Since first launching in Dubai in October 2020, TIER’s e-scooters and e-bikes have provided the city’s residents and visitors with an alternative to the private car, enabling them to replace over 500,000km of car journeys.
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TIER Mobility has announced that it has reached the milestone of one million rides in Dubai since the launch of its micro-mobility vehicles in the city on 26 October 2020.
In just over two years, TIER rider have covered a total distance of three million kilometres, replacing 515,000km of car journeys and avoiding 85,000kg of CO2 emissions.
In early 2023, Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate and Expo City Dubai had announced that they had launched a partnership with TIER Mobility to operate e-bike services within their respective areas. The new micro-mobility service has been available for residents, tenants, visitors and employees since May 2022.
Amir Melad, General Manager, Middle East of TIER, said: “We are extremely happy with the use of our e-scooters and e-bikes in Dubai since the launch on October 26, 2020. Our services have been very well received and in recent months we have been able to attract many new customers within Dubai and the region who have tried shared micro-mobility for the first time. The figures clearly show that our e-scooters and e-bikes have long since become part of Dubai’s mobility mix. Our ambition is to connect even more districts to the city’s urban mobility network in the future to offer an even larger audience an alternative to the private car.”
Over the years, TIER has expanded its micro-mobility services and made its e-scooters available to a growing number of residents. By complementing public transportation, TIER provides easily accessible micro-mobility options for the first- and last-mile of travel, serving as a feeder to public transportation. The company’s long-term goal is to provide cities and their residents with comprehensive, one-stop mobility solutions to advance the transportation revolution and reduce car dependency.
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