There are currently more than 1,800 e-bikes and e-scooters registered with this university’s Department of Transportation Services.
Students with permits say it’s a daily struggle to find parking spots in their assigned lot.
On the tours, DOTS requires participants to wear a helmet and travel on roads and trails around campus to avoid sidewalks.
The citations have stirred frustration among some students at this university due to difficulties in navigating parking lots and the cost of the offenses.
The EPA’s endangerment finding means that the Federal Aviation Administration must develop standards that control or eliminate aircraft lead emissions.
The goal is to find an outdoor charging solution that is not a fire hazard, won’t damage the scooters and will prevent scooter and charger theft, Quentin Hoglund said.
On campus, the rideshare e-scooters and e-bikes are not operational from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Students are frustrated by this university’s failure to address persistent complaints about micromobility infrastructure on campus.
Studies show painted crosswalks help drivers identify pedestrians and prevent accidents.