a person riding a scooter on 8th Avenue protected bike lane
E-Scooter Parking Corrals Maps now available!
An example of what the parking corrals can look like, both on the sidewalk and on the roadbed. It is marked off with white paint

The maps that detail the locations of the e-scooter parking corrals are now available on our website. These parking corrals are located on busy corridors through the Phase 1 service area to help manage pedestrian clearance. Users will be required to end their ride if they are near parking corrals. Here are the direct links to the maps:

NYC DOT is planning to add more corrals as the pilot continues. Please visit our feedback portal to give suggestions on where you would (or wouldn't) like to see e-scooter parking corrals.

 


 

The New York City Department of Transportation announced the three companies had been selected for New York City’s first electric scooter pilot in eastern Bronx: Bird, Lime and Veo. The pilot, mandated by City Council legislation passed in 2020, now enters the community engagement phase, wherein DOT and the three companies will work with local communities to site e-scooter parking corrals and educate the public about the pilot, including its safety, equity, and accessibility components. The pilot is expected to be on the streets by early summer.

Lime, Veo, and Bird scooters near a greenway in the Bronx.

 

Shared e-scooter systems have become popular in many American cities over the past few years, allowing millions to rent publicly accessible e-scooters for short trips. These systems operate similarly to dockless bike share. Riders find and un-lock shared e-scooters within a designated service area using a smartphone app. Many shared e-scooter systems utilize designated parking corrals to organize vehicles, reduce sidewalk clutter, and ensure a clear right-of-way.

 

 

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