The city of West Hollywood is seeking public input on its Dockless Mobility pilot program.
The city launched the program last July with e-scooters and e-bikes from Bird, Lime and Wheels. Currently, Lime and Bird operate e-scooters, and Wheels operates throttle assisted e-bikes.
To improve the Dockless Mobility pilot program, West Hollywood is conducting a survey to better understand the community’s experience with the devices and the overall program. The survey is open to the public, and the goal is to include perspectives from both users and non-users. The survey includes questions on people’s general opinion of the program, frequency of use, potential changes in vehicle use or other transportation modes, demographics, and additional feedback or suggestions for the future.
The survey will remain open through Friday, May 20. All responses are anonymous. The results will be compiled and published in an upcoming staff report that will be presented to the West Hollywood City Council. To take the survey, visit populus.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cGCln55YB8qn8Vg.
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