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.
Council members will vote on the new three-year VeoRide contract during its April 12 meeting.
Some council members are concerned that bikes and scooters are not being returned to designated parking areas.
VeoRide is responsible for ensuring that users are putting the e-bikes and scooters in appropriate places, but some College Park City Council members and residents have noticed issues.
Some community members say these e-scooter rules are not effectively enforced, pointing to the number of violations they see on campus.
VeoRide is moving its scooters and bikes off-campus.