This process follows the City’s ongoing efforts to meet Atlantans’ evolving transportation needs, while also improving the safety of, equitable access to, and education about dockless mobility devices. Also, the phased approach prevents the oversaturation of operators and devices through improved compliance among existing permit holders.
“Atlanta, like many major cities, understands the need to present options of various modes of transportation,” said ATLDOT Commissioner Josh Rowan. “Dockless mobility devices are just one part of this equation. Our goal is to ensure we adhere to the input we received under our previous program and to improve our delivery in addressing the city’s transportation needs.”