Will the electric scooter boom blow from San Antonio again?
The City of San Antonio has passed regulations regulating the use of electric scooters, including a ban on two- or three-seater motorcycles.
At the peak of the scooter boom, there were approximately 7,600 scooters in the urban area. A customer can use her mobile phone to sign up for a scooter on December 27, 2019. A carriage at Alamo Plaza scared the scooter rider. The city has reduced the number of vehicles allowed to park to 3,000.
As night falls, the city of San Antonio will ban more scooters from being taken to downtown streets. A city rule prohibits the use of scooters in Alamo Plaza. Pedestrians bypass scooters parked on the corner of Alamo Plaza.
Scooters suddenly hit San Antonio in the summer of 2018 and are often unpopular. Within a few months, there were thousands of electric scooters on the street, and seven scooter companies were competing for supremacy.
Now that San Antonio has passed regulations governing the use of electric scooters, when will the boom in electric scooters blow to San Antonio?