Shared Micromobility Pilot Study
In the Shared Micromobility Pilot Study, Bird and Lime have been permitted to operate their Shared Micromobility services within the Pilot Area for up to 18 months. Join the conversation on our Engage GJ page!
- Diversify transportation options for residents
- Encourage modal-shifts for short-distance trips
- Inform infrastructure priorities with access to travel data
- Provide first- and last-mile connectivity for transit users
- Inform future policies
- Understand micromobility and inform a permanent licensing permit process for shared mobility businesses
Pilot Study Schedule
The vendor selection process started in August 2022 and the pilot study began in May2023. The pilot will run for 18 months and will conclude late 2024.
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- What is micromobility?
- What is Shared Micromobility?
- What is the purpose of the shared micromobility study?
Because of the increased interest from e-scooter companies looking to deploy in the Grand Junction market, the City is taking a proactive approach through pilot study to help establish parameters for operations. Furthermore, micromobility may expand transportation choice for short-range trips and provide new revenue generation for the community. A pilot allows for a preliminary feasibility study before committing to a permanent licensing program.
- Who are the Shard Micromobility Operators?
- Who do I contact if I have a problem?
- What are the rules and speed limits?
- Where can I park my e-scooter?
- Where should I ride?