Connection to Other Government Goals:
Permittees are required to met the City of Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan Policy Goals. Shared Scooters should contribute to Portland Bureau of Transportation goals, including:
1. Increase the share of trips made using active and low-carbon transportation modes;
2. Prevent fatalities and serious injuries;
3. Improve pedestrian safety, accessibility, and convenience for people of all ages
4. Provide equitable transportation services; and
5. Reduce air pollution, including climate pollution.
Safe Infrastructure Requirements:
Portland has created a New Mobility Account for all shared scooter fees, surcharges and penalties that shall be used by the Portland Bureau of Transportation for administration, enforcement, evaluation, safe travel infrastructure, and expanded and affordable access. Portland's Shared Electric Scooters Permit.
- Low income - individuals
Each day by 8a.m. make available in the Eastern Neighborhoods, as defined by the City of Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan, a minimum of 15% of the Permittee’s scooters.
1. If a Shared Scooter is at any point available in the Central City, the Right-of-Way Fee will be $0.20 per scooter per day.
2. If a Shared Scooter is not Available in the Central City but is at any point Available in the Inner Neighborhoods, Western Neighborhoods or Rivers Pattern Areas, the Right-of-Way Fee will be $0.10 per scooter per day.
3. If a Shared Scooter is only Available in East Neighborhoods Pattern Area, the Right-of-Way Fee will be $0.05 per scooter per day.