Shared Dockless Mobility Devices

The City of Edmond has entered into a year-long agreement with Lime to allow shared mobility devices (such as electric scooters, pedal-bikes, and electric-assist bikes) in Edmond. The City of Edmond supports the addition of new transportation options to our residents and visitors while also establishing guidelines and regulations for the safe and controlled use of these devices.

Lime’s products and services provide a benefit to the City, citizens, and the surrounding community and is consistent with the city’s goals and policies to provide safe, environmentally friendly, and affordable multi-modal transportation options to the community. This temporary agreement will serve as a pilot project to determine the viability of this transportation option for the City of Edmond.

Shared Mobility Device Agreement

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I ride a Shared Mobility Device?

E-Scooters cannot be ridden on sidewalks and must be ridden on streets. The devices will be deployed in a defined area between Kelly Avenue (West) to Coltrane Road (East) and Danforth Road (North) to 15th Street (South). See Map Below.

Who oversees the E-Scooters located in Edmond?

The private company, Lime, operates and maintains the devices currently permitted in Edmond. This company is the only shared mobility device company allowed to operate in Edmond at this time. 

How old do I need to be to ride?

Riders must be at least 18 years old.

Is a helmet required to ride?

The use of a helmet is strongly encouraged but is not required by law.

Can my child or friend ride with me on the same device?

No. Only one rider per E-Scooter is allowed.

How do I use an E-Scooter?

Visit the Lime website/mobile app to sign up to use the E-Scooters. Additional information about price and operation of the devices is available when using the mobile app.

Where should the E-Scooters be parked?

Shared Mobility Devices should be parked at bike racks or along the curb while allowing for at least a 3-foot clear pedestrian zone. All parked locations must not impede access by any other person or transportation mode. Do not park an E-Scooter anywhere that blocks pathways, crosswalks, ramps, doorways, or driveways and do not park on grass or private property.

How do I report E-Scooters that are broken or left on my property or in another inappropriate location?

Report the broken or illegally parked device directly to Lime. Please use the Lime mobile application or you may also email or call 888-546-3345. If a scooter is parked on your property, you may also simply move the device to an appropriate location.

Can I ride a scooter on the University of Central Oklahoma Campus?

Yes, Sidewalk and bike path riding is ONLY allowed on the UCO campus. Sidewalk riding is not allowed anywhere else in the city of Edmond. For more information regarding scooter operation on the University of Central Oklahoma campus, please visit the UCO website.

Can I be fined for using an E-Scooter inappropriately?

Yes, you may be fined for leaving your scooter in a position that impedes pedestrian or motor vehicle traffic or other misuse. You may also be fined and ticketed for not complying with traffic rules and regulations while operating your scooter.

How many mobility devices are located in Edmond?

Lime has deployed a fleet of up to 150 mobility devices. These devices are equipped with GPS technology in order to track and manage the fleet’s operations. The City will consider allowing Lime to increase the number of devices in their fleet after Lime submits a written notice to the City. This notice must include data that indicates ridership has achieved an average of 2 trips per device per day for at least 30 consecutive days. (or a 12-month rolling average after the first full year of operations).

If I am a motorist, what do I do if I encounter a Shared Mobility Device on the roadway?

Continue to obey traffic laws and be mindful of E-Scooters and their operators. Motor Vehicles must share the road with all street approved modes of transportation including E-Scooters, Bicycles, and Electric-Assist Bikes. E-Scooter Drivers must also obey all traffic laws while operating the devices.

Designated Dockless Mobility Device Area

Scooter Map

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