The idea that the City needs to hire four new employees (two office staff and two enforcement officers) to work full-time monitoring the bikes is absurd.
At City Hall Plaza for the launch of scooters and e-assist bikes by Jump from Uber!
LongonBigD wrote:As a frequent user of the sidewalks in Uptown, I must disagree with your comment that the sidewalks are “well-suited for the scooters.”
They are not lawfully alllowed on the sidewalks. It is my understanding (and apparently only mine) that they must be ridden on the streets. The sidewalks are bad enough down here to have to dodge the people who don’t read the terms when they rent the scooters.
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