"The La Jolla Town Council resolves that the number and locations of Micromobility Corrals as currently denoted on SD Micromobility Corral Maps are unworkable and the LJTC is opposed to their implementation. The number of corral locations should be reduced in number and limited to commercial zones with none in residential areas. Enforcement of current laws is essential to maintain public safety. We encourage the LJ Traffic and Transportation Board to consider our resolution in its deliberations and feedback to CD1 and the city officials."
The City of San Diego is deploying Scooter and Bike corrals. These corrals will be used by the micromobility companies to stage their products.
Proposal #1: Deploy corrals in commercial and residential areas. Map with green dots.
There are no incentives nor penalties for the user if they do not return the bike to the corrals. There are two proposals currently being reviewed by the City.
Corrals will be deployed in existing red zones.
It is illegal to ride a scooter
or bike on the sidewalk
Proposal #2: Deploy corrals in commercial areas only. Map with red dots.
2019 San Diego Municipal Code on Scooters, Bikes & other shared Micromobility devices, read the code>>
2019 San Diego City FAQs about Scooters, Bikes & other shared Micromobility devices read the FAQ's>>
2019 San Diego City webpage on Scooters, Bikes, & other shared Micromobility devices, read sharing information>>
The San Diego County convened a Grand Jury to review the use of Scooters in San Diego, read the results>>
Curb Control - American Planning Association by Brian Barth, read the article>>
Scooter Madness - A New York Times Article by Margaret Renkle, read the article>>
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