Shared bikes and scooters are popular, and growing fast – with more than twice as many trips taken in 2018 than the year prior. As shared bikes and scooters grow in popularity, cities are grappling with how to leverage their regulatory power to achieve public goals without jeopardizing the promise of private sector resources.
How are cities managing this challenge? Are micromobility services living up to their promises? What can cities do to ensure bike and scooter share systems prioritize public benefit? Join us as our panel of city staff explore these questions and discuss their experiences in regulating and managing shared micromobility systems.
Session Format: Interactive panel discussion & audience participation