Shareable Bikes and Scooters

Dockless Bike and Scooter-share

Dockless bikes and scooters provide an alternative, flexible transportation choice for Atlanta residents and visitors to get around the city. 

City-permitted dockless operators as of July 1, 2021 are:

- Bird - (866) 205-2442 or  

- Lime - 1-888-LIME-345 or

Note: There is currently a Nighttime Riding Restriction for rented scooters/e-bikes. No devices may be rented from 12:00 a.m.- 4:00 a.m. Personal bikes, personal scooters, personal e-bikes, or any other personally owned device are NOT affected.

Shared Micromobility Annual Report July 2021-September 2022

The Dockless Shared Micromobility Annual Report provides a program update and key data and ridership metrics for ATLDOT’s dockless shared micromobility (e-scooters and e-bikes) program from July 2021 through September 2022.

Click here to view the report

Open Data Portal

The ATLDOT Ride Report Open Data Portal provides a public-facing dashboard of dockless shared micromobility data collected within the City of Atlanta. The dashboard offers insights into how dockless e-scooters and e-bikes are being used in Atlanta 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.

Click here to view the dashboard

Open Data Portal

Event Planning

If you are planning or hosting a community event that requires special considerations for dockless devices such as no-ride zones, reduced speed zones, or parking/no-parking zones, contact us at Mobility@AtlantaGa.Gov.  ATLDOT provides coordination with dockless companies to implement and enforce special rules.

Relay Bikeshare

The City of Atlanta and Cyclehop, LLC, operator of Relay Bike Share, have mutually agreed to terminate the existing bike share contract after 7 years of service. The City of Atlanta thanks Cyclehop for their work on helping launch and operate the first bike share system in Atlanta. In combination with assessing the city’s experience with Relay Bike Share, ATLDOT has been actively engaging with peer cities and researching other bike share systems to evaluate the best opportunities to improve and expand bike share in Atlanta in the future.

This is an exciting time to rethink the city’s bike share program and to bring new ideas to Atlanta that serves the city’s evolving needs. The City offers dockless e-bikes and e-scooters provided by Lime and Bird, which have become a popular mobility option in Atlanta. Please see more information on these mobility options below. We look forward to engaging with the public and other stakeholders as we move into this next phase of bike share and shared micromobility.