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A shared micro-mobility program utilizes a fleet of fully or partially human-powered vehicles such as bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters that are available for use by the public.
These vehicles are generally rented through a mobile app or kiosk, are picked up and dropped off on public property, and are meant for short trips and can be picked up and dropped off at any designated location.
What is the purpose of the shared micromobility study?
The purpose of the shared micromobility study is to complete background studies and analyze the financial implications and risk associated with implementing a shared micromobility program in Mississauga.
What is the purpose of the City’s e-scooter pilot?
The City has implemented an e-scooter pilot in response to the presence of personally-owned e-scooters currently being operated in the city.
The pilot will create opportunities for Mississauga residents to share their feedback on their experiences operating their e-scooters in the manner set out by the by-laws and their experiences interacting with others operating e-scooters.
This feedback received from this pilot is informing the shared micromobility study to determine how shared bikes, e-bikes, or e-scooters would work in Mississauga.
Personally-owned e-scooters can be operated in Mississauga in the manner set out by the City’s Parks By-law, Transit By-law and Traffic By-law.
In January, 2020, the Province of Ontario launched a five-year e-scooter pilot program that allows for the operation of e-scooters, so long as the municipality opts in by amending or adopting their by-laws to regulate their use.
On February 17, 2021, the City of Mississauga updated its by-laws to regulate the use of personally-owned e-scooters in Mississauga.