noOperating Area Types:
LIME must ensure E-Scooters are effectively redistributed to avoid excessive build up in any one area and provide the DCC with rebalancing, relocation and redistribution plan to meet the Operation and Parking KPI's.
Prohibited: a) In positions that restrict footpaths to less than 1.2 m width in suburban and rural areas, and 2 m in the central business district - includes shops, aged persons, homes or facilities, hospitals, tourist attractions, bus stops, libraries.);
b) where they could pose a safety hazard;
c) where they could interfere with pedestrian access generally or access to amenities, or
d) any other areas identified by a Council officer, thatt in the Council's discretion, to be an inappropriate location;
e) in the way of pedestrian crossing points, or the path of pedestrian traffic adjacent to those crossing
f) at the kerb within bus stop extents, or directly adjacent to taxi stand, mobility parking or an authorised vehicle only parking space
National StandardEach E-Scooters is legal and approved under standards or definitions set out by the New Zealand Transport Agency as a wheeled recreational device*
Educate customers about safety checks, responsible riding and correct parking, including the impacts to the public of using inappropriate locations to the public.
Advise riders that they can incur penalties for breaching any law, regulation, standards or applicable rule including, by way of example, unauthorised use of special vehicle lanes, or operating a vehicle inconsiderately.
Data Specification Requirements:
GPS Required? Yes
Lime will report monthly to the DCC:
-Number of registered users
-Total nomber of rides per month
-Average distance covered per trip
-Start time of trip / end time of trip
-Overlay of deployment stations with demand "hot stops"
-Heat map of use, e.g. routes
-Number of faults reported per months
-Number of incorrect parking per nuisances issues reported per month
-Unsafe use reports of e-scooters with users per month