The City Council unanimously approved a six-month pilot program on Thursday that places regulations on dockless vehicles.
As more and more e-scooters hit the streets of San Antonio, the City Council agreed to take its time evaluating their impact with a six-month pilot program.
City Council members servings on the city’s Transportation Committee on Monday got a first look at regulations for electric scooters. Among the various proposed rules, officials with the Center City Development and Operations (CCDO) department recommend that dockless vehicle companies be required to obtain a permit to operate, pay a fee of $10 per vehicle […]
More dockless vehicle companies may be on their way, joining Lime and Bird in the downtown market. Ofo, Razor USA, Spin, Zagster and Skip have contacted the city about operating in the area, city officials said at a public meeting Tuesday night. These new companies bring the potential for dockless bikes, as well as electric […]
The battle of the e-scooters is official. On Friday, California-based company Lime released 200 electric scooters throughout downtown, the Pearl and Southtown, joining another e-scooter company, Bird, which unloaded about 150 of its own dockless rides in late June. Around lunchtime, men and women in business attire and families on vacation zipped around on Lime […]
It’s been like a party on streets since Bird scooters unloaded about 150 of its electric vehicles in the downtown area two Fridays ago. Their max speed is 15 miles per hour, and last week I saw an older gentleman (who had to have been in his 70s) in a brown suit whipping around King […]