Press release

ATLDOT Debuts Data Portal for Shareable Dockless Devices

May 17, 2022

ATLANTA— Researchers, planners and interested residents will now have access to data on Atlanta’s use of shareable dockless devices with the Department of Transportation (ATLDOT)’s new Ride Report Open Data Portal. Ride Report, in partnership with ATLDOT, provides a public facing dashboard of dockless shared micromobility data collected within the city.

Access the new ATLDOT Open Data Portal here:

Open Data Portal

The dashboard offers insights into how dockless e-scooters and e-bikes are being used via an interactive map. The number of rides for each street segment in the city are updated and available each quarter. To protect the privacy of the traveling public, no information about individual rides is provided.

The Open Data Portal currently shows data for Q3 and Q4 of 2021 and Q1 of 2022—reflecting the beginning of the City’s 2021-2022 annual permit cycle with operators Bird, Spin and Lime. In Q3and Q4 of 2021, shared mobility riders took nearly one million trips covering 1.5 million miles, averaging 5,000 trips per day. In Q1 of 2022, shared mobility riders took 281,900 trips covering397,000 miles, averaging 3,000 trips per day.

The Open Data Portal supports ATLDOT’s Guiding Principles for the shared micromobility program: safety, equity and mobility. Data insights from Ride Report help ATLDOT staff inform infrastructure and policy decisions, manage operator compliance with geographic equity, support Vision Zero goals and continue to provide mobility options for Atlantans.

“The Open Data Portal provides program transparency and enables interactive public access to the dockless shared micromobility ridership data,” said ATLDOT Commissioner Josh Rowan. “Good data insights are integral to an effective decision-making process, and we look forward to continuing to share this data with the public.”

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ATLDOT Debuts Data Portal for Shareable Dockless Devices

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