SGA members said they are looking to decrease carbon footprints at this university.
By Oct. 2, all privately-owned electric scooters and bicycles must be registered with DOTS or owners may see consequences, such as fines and booting.
This year, there has been an increase in unsafe riding practices and reports of accidents on sidewalks, according to a statement from the university's Department of Transportation.
The new three-year contract requires riders to return vehicles to a parking hub and increases the price of the scooters.
Some community members say these e-scooter rules are not effectively enforced, pointing to the number of violations they see on campus.
The resolution would add at least ten scooter parking zones to campus.