As of Monday, the City of San Antonio has banned e-scooterists from riding on the sidewalk, but some worry the rule might be unenforceable.
Ten companies – including all the current operators – are gearing up to bid on three City contracts to operate dockless scooters in San Antonio.
Uber is pulling its 2,000 e-scooters and e-bikes out of San Antonio. It’s unclear if the company plans to bid for one of three City contracts.
A prohibition on sidewalk use will go into effect next month, as the City of San Antonio is set to open bidding for a limited number of scooter companies.
Its usage has declined in the e-scooter era, but docked bicycle provider San Antonio Bike Share has launched 25 e-bikes as it looks to tempt users back.
Electric bike and scooter users can’t ride on the sidewalk under a new proposal City Council is set to consider later this month.
Ford-owned Spin has become the seventh company to launch electric scooter operations in San Antonio, but the company may not be in town for long.
Looking to stand out amid a crowded field of scooter companies, Lyft is offering low-income rider passes and wants to tackle sidewalk clutter.
Permitted to operate as many as 2,000 scooters, Lyft is set to launch its dockless mobility services in San Antonio on Wednesday.
After placing a speed limit on electric scooters proved ineffective, the Pearl has imposed a ban on using the vehicles in the 22-acre complex.