How Bird, Lime, Spin and Superpedestrian want cities to regulate shared e-bikes and scooters

Dive Brief:
Shared micromobility operators Bird, Lime, Spin and Superpedestrian have released 10 recommendations on how local governments can successfully integrate shared electric bikes and scooters into their transportation systems, according to a press release Monday.

The guidance may “help cities address points of friction that have hampered programs in the past,” the release says. The companies will share their recommendations today at the National Association of City Transportation Officials conference in Denver.

In a joint statement, the companies’ CEOs said the “framework has the potential to significantly improve the experience for riders and non-riders alike, while allowing cities to better manage these services over the long-term.”