Shareable Dockless Mobility Devices must not be capable of exceeding a motor driven speed of 15 miles per hour.
Operating Area Types:
Areas Where Operation is Prohibited:
- Other Designated Sub-municipal Area
Operation Prohibited: on sidewalks.
Permitted: in City Parks, along the Atlanta BeltLine, in vehicle travel lanes, in bike lanes, and along shared use paths throughout the City. Operators will be provided with a geographic file defining the extents of the Reduced Speed Zone as well as recommended Transition Zone.
Reduced Speed Zone – Reduced speeds required at 8 mph or less within 50 feet of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail from Monroe Drive to DeKalb Avenue.
Recommended Transition Zone – within 150 feet of the trail to allow users to safely approach, enter, and cross the Reduced Speed Zone.
- Public bicycle rack / corral
- Street / curb
Shareable Dockless Mobility Devices shall be parked upright at all times; No person shall park a Shareable Dockless Mobility Device other than upon the sidewalk in a bike rack or against a building or at a curb, in such manner as to afford the least obstruction of pedestrian traffic and provides a minimum of 5 feet clear for pedestrians
Shareable Dockless Mobility Devices cannot be parked:
1) On vegetation;
2) On any grate, manhole cover, or access lid;
3) In any loading zone, driveway, vehicle travel lane, bike lane, or shared-use path;
4) Where they obstruct vehicle parking;
5) Where they obstruct pedestrian or wheelchair access to:
i. Private or public buildings and establishments;
ii. Street features that require pedestrian access including but not limited to benches, parklets, parking pay stations, and crosswalk buttons;
iii. Accessibility and safety features including curb ramps, wheelchair ramps, ramp landings, handrails, areas of refuge, and detectable warning strips.
6) In bus stop clear zones defined as:
i. The on street clear zone defined under the “Identification of bus stops” in Chapter 150, Article IV;
ii. A bus stop clear zone of 40 feet long by 8 feet wide for transit stops served by only one route. When signage indicates the presence of two or more bus routes at a transit stop, an additional 40 feet of curb length per route should remain clear.
7) At or within 5 feet of a bikeshare station;
8) Where it obscures any fixed, regulatory, or informational signs or traffic control devices;
9) Where it obstructs emergency service infrastructure including but not limited to fire hydrants, stand pipes, or Automated External Defibrillators.