Lime is expanding its fleet of scooters and electric bikes to spokane Valley this Saturday
Lime has announced plans to expand its fleet of electric scooters and electric bikes to spokane Valley this Saturday.
Lime will start with 50 small scooters, but expects the fleet to grow to 200 by next spring.
The move comes after the city amended its regulations to allow e-bikes and scooters on trails throughout the city.When riding along the road, riders must use bike lanes, if any.Otherwise, the scooter might ride on the road or sidewalk, which is not allowed in Spokane.
If riding on the pavement, the user must yield to the pedestrian and should operate the scooters or scooters in a polite and safe manner.After travelling, riders must park their equipment in a "furniture area" near the curb of the pavement.They must not be parked on the street. When parked on the sidewalk, do not block people walking, in wheelchairs or using mobile devices.
"We're even happier, expanding the reach of our Shared fleet of scooters and electric bikes to make it possible for people to ride in Spokane and the Spokane Valley.Local residents will benefit from more travel options;Local businesses benefit because scooters increase business sales;We all benefit from cleaner air.We thank both cities for opening up our entire region to these wonderful new mobility tools, "said Jonathan Hopkins, director of strategic Development at PNW and Canada.