TIER and Dott announce merger

TIER and Dott have announced today the closing of a financial transaction to merge the two companies, as announced in January 2024. With revenues of €250m, supporting over 125 million trips a year in more than 20 countries, the newly combined business creates the European champion of shared micro-mobility.  Following the closing of the transaction, teams […]

Dott puts cameras on escooters in London

The micromobility operator Dott is to put AI cameras on selected escooters in London to try to understand rider behaviour. It follows research using cameras from Luna Systems on escooters in Brussels, Grenoble and Tel Aviv to see where people rode, and why, focussing on pavement riding. The company gathered data from 3,000 trips covering […]

Dott supports Women’s Night Safety Charter with 20% off trips

Micromobility operator Dott is offering female riders a 20% discount on night rides this winter in support of the Mayor of London’s Women’s Night Safety Charter. As earlier dusk approaches, the company says the offer has been created to provide discounted access to safe, efficient and reliable travel. Dott’s e-bikes and e-scooters provide an effortless […]

Dott e-scooters & e-bikes now available on Google Maps

European micro-mobility company Dott is working with Google Maps, aiming to make it easier for more people to discover its shared vehicles to travel across cities.  When planning a journey, users of Google Maps will now find Dott’s e-scooters and e-bikes as a travel option, along with estimates for cost and travel time.  The feature […]

e-scooter use surges in September

The micro-mobility company Dott has reported a surge in demand as workers return to their offices after the summer holidays. It says in the first half of September, there has been a 46% increase in rider numbers across Europe compared to an equivalent period before the summer holidays. Compared to the same period in last […]

E-scooters approved for London trial

Three companies, Dott, Lime and Tier, have been approved to operate e-scooter trials in London. The devices will only legally be allowed to be used on roads and cycle paths in certain areas, and will not be permitted on pavements with pedestrians. E-scooters are already used illegally in London prompting safety concerns. Last month a […]


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