Cincinnati implementing new curfew for electric scooters within city limits:

The city of Cincinnati is implementing a new curfew for electric scooters, or e-scooters within city limits. The city posted to its Facebook page, saying they have revised the operating times “due to pedestrian safety concerns, underage riding and criminal activities.” The e-scooter curfew was agreed upon by the city, Bird and Lime bikes. Bird and Lime e-scooters will operate within the city limits from 6 am to 6 pm The scooters will be programmed to stop working at or right after 6 pmThe city said if someone is using an e-scooter at 6 pm, the scooter will slowly and safely come to a stop.The e-scooters will start operating again at 6 am Those interested can leave feedback here. Electric scooters have been in the city for years now and have been a popular mode of transportation for those downtown and in nearby neighborhoods.The scooters require riders to download an app in order for them to ride.Once downloaded, riders simply scan the QR code on the scooter and start their ride. The post from the city was met with people for and against the curfew.One person commented that the city needs to get rid of them. Another commented that the new curfew makes it hard for those getting around after dinner.

The city of Cincinnati is implementing a new curfew for electric scooters, or e-scooters within city limits.

The city posted to its Facebook page:saying they have revised the operating times “due to pedestrian safety concerns, underage riding and criminal activities.”

The e-scooter curfew was agreed upon by the city, Bird and Lime bikes.

Bird and Lime e-scooters will operate within the city limits from 6 am to 6 pm The scooters will be programmed to stop working at or right after 6 pm

The city said if someone is using an e-scooter at 6 pm, the scooter will slowly and safely come to a stop.

The e-scooters will start operating again at 6 am:

Those interested can leave feedback: here:.

Electric scooters have been in the city for years now and have been a popular mode of transportation for those downtown and in nearby neighborhoods.

The scooters require riders to download an app in order for them to ride.

Once downloaded, riders simply scan the QR code on the scooter and start their ride.

The post from the city was met with people for and against the curfew.

One person commented that the city needs to get rid of them. Another commented that the new curfew makes it hard for those getting around after dinner.

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