Regulators should allow dockless bikes and scooters in Canadian cities, subscribers say

WASHINGTON, DC - OCT. 11, 2018: Two dockless electric scooters parked, SKIP scooter rider rides in background., downtown, DC. Lime-S and Bird scooters among several scooter companies in Washington Shutterstock

The Logic subscribers believe regulators should allow dockless bikes and scooters in Canadian cities.

Seventy per cent of subscribers who responded to the January survey said the vehicles should be allowed. 41.2 per cent strongly agreed that they should be allowed, and 29.4 per cent somewhat agreed.

In November 2018, The Logic broke the news that North America’s largest scooter companies, Bird and Lime, were quietly looking to expand to major cities across Canada including, for Lime, Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, Victoria and Edmonton.. Last week, The Logic reported that ride-hailing giant Uber is looking to get in on the action with scooters and dockless bikes in Toronto.

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