What Do You Think About Dockless Scooters and Bikes? Let the City Know!
For the next few weeks, Denver Public Works will be gathering the public’s feedback to get their thoughts on the first six-months of the pilot through an online survey:http://bit.ly/DenBikeScooter. (This survey can also be found at denvergov.org/docklessmobility.) Comments received will help determine if adjustments should be made to the pilot program and inform the potential development of an ongoing program. The pilot will continue through the summer.
Currently, a maximum of 1,750 electric scooters and 1,000 electric bikes are permitted for use in the city through Denver’s Dockless Mobility Pilot Permit Program. Last week, Denver City Council passed an ordinance which changed the rules for where electric scooters can ride. Under the new law, electric scooters are now allowed to operate in bike lanes or streets with speed limits of 30mph or less. If either of those aren’t an option, electric scooters can operate on the sidewalk, travelling at a speed of 6mph or less.
Find Out What's Happening at Ross-Cherry Creek Library
FEBRUARY ISSUE OF ENGAGE
There's something for everyone at Ross-Cherry Creek (305 Milwaukee St.) from baby story time to engaging lectures, crafts and music events. And it's all free!
Please Join and Support the Mission of CCNNA
It will now be easier to pay your CCNNA annual membership dues. Beginning at the General Membership Meeting on May 22, our greeters at the welcome table in the lobby of the Daniels Foundation will be able to process your credit card to pay for your membership.
Membership supports our mission and includes invitations to special events and parties.
Ready to join now online? It's safe and secure to use a credit card to register via our Membership Page.
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