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.

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