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.
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The City is one step closer to paring the number of authorized dockless electric scooters and bikes down to 5,000 vehicles and three companies.
As its six-month pilot winds down, the City of San Antonio is considering limiting the number of scooters and scooter companies that can operate in the city.
After months of terrorizing San Antonio pedestrians, e-scooters have been barred from the streets and replaced with a new tot-sized option: trikeshare.
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City Council unanimously passed an ordinance setting the total number of permitted scooters at 75, regardless of how many carriers operate in the city.
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.
San Antonio City Council on Thursday imposed a late-night curfew for the e-scooters and e-bikes that have inundated city streets in the urban core.