Cincinnati implements new curfew for electric scooters within city limits

The city of Cincinnati is implementing a new curfew for electric scooters or e-scooters within the city limits. The city wrote on its Facebook page, saying they have revised operating hours “due to pedestrian safety concerns, underage driving and criminal activities.” The curfew for e-scooters was agreed by the city, Bird and Lime bikes. Video above: From when e-scooters hit the streets of Cincinnati in 2018, Bird and Lime e-scooters will run within the city limits from 6 p.m. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. scooters will be programmed to stop working at. 18.00 or just after. The city said that if anyone uses an e-scooter at. 18.00, the scooter will slowly and safely stop. the e-scooters will start running again at 06.00. interested can give feedback here. Electric scooters have been in the city for years now and have been a popular mode of transportation for those in the city center and in nearby neighborhoods. The scooters require riders to download an app in order to ride. Once downloaded, riders simply scan the QR code on the scooter and start their ride. The post from the city was met with people for and against the curfew. Someone commented that the city should get rid of them. Another commented that the new curfew makes it difficult for them to get around after dinner.

The city of Cincinnati is implementing a new curfew for electric scooters or e-scooters within the city limits.

The city wrote on its Facebook page, saying they have revised operating hours “due to pedestrian safety concerns, underage riding and criminal activities.”

The curfew for e-scooters was agreed by the city, Bird and the Lime bikes.

Video above: From when e-scooters hit the streets of Cincinnati in 2018

Bird and Lime e-scooters will run within the city limits from kl. 06:00 to 18. The scooters will be programmed to stop working at.

The city said that if anyone uses an e-scooter at. 18.00, the scooter will slowly and safely stop.

The electric scooters start again at 6.00

Interested parties can provide feedback here.

Electric scooters have been in the city for years now and have been a popular mode of transportation for those in the city center and in nearby neighborhoods.

The scooters require riders to download an app in order to ride.

Once downloaded, riders simply scan the QR code on the scooter and start their ride.

The mail from the city was met with people for and against the curfew.

One person commented that the city needs to get rid of them. Another commented that the new curfew makes it difficult for them to get around after dinner.

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