After a successful launch in Calgary in during summer of 2019, the city’s shared electric scooter pilot program is set to end, all remaining e-scooters will be removed by November 1st.

Since 2019, current shared mobility operators Lime, Bird, and Roll have clocked in over 1.87 million trips! E-Scooters and e-Bikes over the last two years have overall been loved by most Calgarians.

The online survey launched from Sept. 16 to Oct. 7, 2020 that asked citizens for feedback on things regarding user behaviour, where to ride, fleet size, and your reasons for using or not using a shared e-scooter to get around the city, will be summarized into what the city is calling a “What We Heard” report that will be posted online sometime in late December.

On Dec. 16, 2020 there will be an event held by the City of Calgary that you can attend in person or remotely speak and this will be your last chance to provide any input you have for this pilot. The city asks to review certain safety measures before attending.

Do you want the e-scooters to come back next year? Let us know!

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