Whatever criticisms we may have about drivers, they’ve — at least once in their lives — demonstrated enough competency to be on our roads.
Deployment of UMPD resources across campus crime hotspots will make us safer.
Some questioned VeoRide’s ability to respond when devices violate the forced parking mechanism and limit accessibility in the city.
On the tours, DOTS requires participants to wear a helmet and travel on roads and trails around campus to avoid sidewalks.
Veo scooters lack many safety features students should have access to.
On campus, the rideshare e-scooters and e-bikes are not operational from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
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.
The e-bikes are designed to make it easier for riders of varying physical abilities to ride long distances comfortably.
The new three-year contract requires riders to return vehicles to a parking hub and increases the price of the scooters.