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Bolt – one of the UK’s largest ridesharing apps with 3.5 million riders across the country and 75 million users worldwide – has been launched in Bristol as it continues to roll out across the country. scale of the United Kingdom, now reaching the south-west of England.
Bolt is one of the fastest growing mobility platforms in the world, and Bristol, as a city with a unique local culture, vibrant nightlife and a host of entertainment venues, is the perfect place to offer an alternative to owning a car.
With its rapid nationwide expansion, Bolt is committed to supporting the local communities in which it operates, and as part of its launch in Bristol, the ridesharing app hopes to complement the existing transportation network.
A spokesperson for the company said: âBolt’s service offers shorter wait times and more affordable rates than its competitors as well as favorable commission rates, which means greater earning potential for customers. drivers compared to other carpooling services. Bolt journeys in Europe are also 100% carbon neutral as part of Bolt’s Green Plan, a long-term commitment to reduce the company’s ecological footprint.
Sam Raciti, UK Managing Director of Bolt, said: âOur arrival in the South West of England is long overdue and what better place to start than Brizzle himself. We are extremely excited to be stepping into the city to make sure this vibrant community can connect with the people and places they love. Bristol is renowned for its fantastic culture and we look forward to helping local residents, students and more to make the most of the wide variety of sports, music, food and sightseeing on their doorstep. â
Following recent launches in Newcastle, Portsmouth and Cambridge, Bolt’s latest expansion in the South West extends the reach of the ridesharing app, which is now in 12 cities across the UK.