Micromobility Continues to Expand as Amsterdam-Based Dott Widens Fleet Offerings

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By Harriet Sumnall | 4Q 2021 | IN-6328


Fleets Expand in a Post-COVID-19 World


In a postpandemic world, micromobility is thriving so much that micromobility service providers are expanding their fleets. The sharing services of micromobility e-vehicles such as scooters and e-bikes has proven even more successful throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Greener methods of travel have encouraged users to be more sustainable in their shorter journeys and also have helped to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as users can avoid overcrowded public vehicles such as buses.

In light of this, Dott, an Amsterdam-based micromobility startup, is set to launch new e-bikes in their fleet, expanding their scooter-only fleet. The launch is set to include 10,000 e-bikes in major European and U.K. cities which includes Paris, Rome, Brussels and London by the end of 2021, enabling end users to have a choice of which green transport method they wish to use.

The Home of Bikes Welcomes Even More Personal Vehicles


Micromobility has expanded rapidly after three major players—oBike, Mobike, and Ofo—helped in the growth …

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