If you’ve been Jonesing to hit Calgary streets aboard an escooter this spring, you’ll get the chance starting Friday. The city had postponed the spring launch of its escooter program due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Calgary will still see e-bikes and e-scooters on city streets this spring despite recent news of a major provider pulling out of 12 international markets, including four US locations. Lime co-founder and CEO Brad Bao
Low-speed areas, parking, enforcement and education are on the way for Calgary e-scooters in 2020, as the city is set for the second year of its micro transportation pilot program. Councillors at Wednesday’s Transportation and
Calgarians wheelie like electric scooters. So much so, by the end of the week the City expects there will be more than 100,000 trips logged onto electric scooters with around 8,000 trips per day. Compare