Electric scooter share offers convenient, spontaneous, short-distance transportation for commuting, meetings, errands, and fun.
Simply download an app to locate and rent a scooter. You’ll be charged an unlocking fee and then by the minute.
Scooters are useful and very popular but must be used properly. No riding on sidewalks or parking in the pedestrian right-of-way. Be considerate of people on foot or using mobility devices.
The City of Minneapolis has licensed Lyft and Bird as electric scooter providers for the 2020 season.
There are changes to scooter parking regulations in Minneapolis, with a new requirement that scooters must be locked to a public bike rack, on-street corral, or municipal signpost (except bus stop and stop signs) when parked and not in use. Bird and Lyft scooters are outfitted with cable locks.