Look for electric scooters that share the bike path.
Mayor LaToya Cantrell's administration is working to bring scooter rental to the streets of New Orleans, subject to approval by the New Orleans City Council and agreements with third party companies (1
On June 28, the New Orleans City Council Transportation Committee heard lime for an outpost in New Orleans before City officials created a framework – an update of the urban regulation of "Motorized" Novelty Vehicles "- for scooter companies and rental companies to legally operate on the road.
Todd O & Boyle's development chief, Todd O & Boyle, told the committee that around 100 local businesses have expressed interest in scooter hubs in front of their doors. The pluses, he said: fewer cars on the road, so less traffic congestion, more parking and less emissions.
The company plans to hire about 20 employees over minimum wages and use a storage room to accommodate its scooter fleet. People can also register as "juicers" to charge scooters and charge them at home to earn money per load.
The scooters would also report driver data back to the company, for which O & # 39; Boyle could be used traffic patterns and the creation of "heat maps".
O & Boyle said that the launch of Lime in Charlotte has seen approximately 1,000 scooter rides daily for over two months. Passenger numbers in the regions are pronounced among "professional adults" and under-35s.
The scooter rental companies were not exactly welcome – the scooters were already running in San Francisco and Denver city officials introduced pilot programs and city rules for their operation, pausing companies and issuing cease and desist orders, until laws affecting their businesses Regulate the operation, were ironed out.
With scooters on sidewalks and whirling cyclists, pedestrians feared being mowed by Silicon Valley characters commuting on the "last mile". Ride hailing and shared transit startups see dollar signs to get people out of work and work places with workers being provided with buses from surrounding areas and drivers turning long commuters into congested business centers for work  They are fairly fast, quiet, can be parked almost anywhere, and make a pretty effective protest instrument in the ongoing Google Wars Wars and as a shortcut to the tech era of gentrification. 19659006] Over the past year, companies such as Lime, Bird, and Spin have moved relatively quickly to relocate scooter hubs to cities in the US
According to a report prepared in the city, in the first few months of 2018 alone, Bird Scooter in Santa Monica, California, was involved in 575 traffic stops, 273 traffic tickets and nine accidents.
In May there were up to 1,400 stops and 600 citations.
In an addendum to Ride New Orleans managing director Alex Posorske, the tran sit advocacy group said it supports the idea of more mobility options in principle, but it also does not support a "culture in which all new private sector mobility options from companies launching the streets with their products in excess of talks with local governments, trying to achieve ex-post-facto legalization / regulation of their model. "
" We therefore recommend trying the electric scooter companies a pilot program to see what works best, "says Posornske.
Kristin Gisleson Palmer, a member of the C Council, said the city would most likely embark on a pilot program before approving a regulation allowing scooter leasing companies.
"This is a new industry," she said. "We would be pleased if you work with us and do not postpone the scooters until the process is refined. [The City Council and Cantrell administration] would be very aggressive if someone came in and threw scooters on the ground without warning."
Palmer also asked Whether the Cost of Enforcement – including Police – Kicks Off Scooter Drivers and Keeps Them On Cycle Paths and on the Road (19659006) Cantrell's Administration estimates that city authorities deploying illegally stored or abandoned scooters in the city can cost up to $ 200,000 Could earn a year; the cost of enforcing additional rules, if necessary, could help. Based on revenue from fees from a fleet of 300 scooters, the city would only pay $ 10,000 a year.
"That does not sound like a lot of money," Palmer said. "That is not enough."