A fleet that currently includes 1,800 scooters citywide will be able to grow by up to 4,000 during the extended pilot period, but could increase again to 6,000 after a review period that’s expected to conclude in six months.
The City Council is expected, next week, expanding and codifying the existing scooter pilot program which would more than triple the number of scooters allowed in the city while placing more regulations on their vendors.
Changes could be coming for electric scooter riders in Long Beach regarding how fast they’re allowed to scoot down the beach bike path, if at all, as the City Council mulls policy changes before the city’s scooter pilot program...
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