Electric scooters return to Denver sidewalks

Electric scooters return to Denver sidewalks

Those eager for the return of electric scooters in the city don't have to wait any longer.

Meanwhile, police will authorize a zero-resistance approach, including seizing the bikes and giving out references for vehicle code infringement, authorities said.

Denver said Wednesday that it approved scooter permits for Lime, Bird, Lyft, Spin and Razor.

Scooters are still only allowed on sidewalks, and DPW asks that riders park them at designated transit stops.

City officials have noticed a dramatic uptick in recent weeks in the use of electric scooters, operated by scooter-share start-ups such as Bird, based in Santa Monica, and Lime. However, the city council denied their plea, citing "concern for public safety and a lack of any advanced planning and outreach" by the companies. Santa Monica increases enforcement on motorized scooters as Beverly Hills bans them " These dynamic collaborations with innovative companies and new technologies will support and enhance our vital public transit system and help meet the transportation demands of our community", Culver City Mayor Thomas Small said.

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Those dockless Bird electric scooters dotting downtown sidewalks now have their own Facebook group.

You can only ride the electric scooters on roads, not sidewalks.

With thousands of scooters dumped into cities recently, residents have had mixed feelings. Although the scooters are helpful in mobilizing people, they also cause headaches for many pedestrians and motorists.

The Beverly Hills City Council restricted the utilization of scooter cycles in the city for a half year, referring to open security worries as the bikes have turned out to be more popular. However, the popularity of this one Instagram account offers evidence that the controversy over shared scooters is far from over.

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