The City and County of Denver is exploring new ways of providing flexible, affordable, and accessible multi-modal transportation options for all. To support this goal, (DPW) is initiating a Dockless Mobility Vehicle Pilot Permit Program through the existing Transit Amenity Program, which permits the placement of amenities at transit stops to encourage the use of public transportation.
This program will allow the City to test innovative strategies and technology while assessing whether those new options help achieve the City’s stated mobility goals including a reduction of single-occupant vehicle commute trips from 73% to 50% by 2030.
The pilot program launched Summer 2018 and will run for one year. Applicants to the program may apply for one-year, revocable permits for operation of
DPW will continuously audit the program throughout its duration to ensure that all companies with deployed dockless vehicles are appropriately permitted to be operating in the public right of way.
If a scooter or bike is blocking public sidewalk access or is on private property, please contact the operator directly for the fastest removal or adjustment of vehicles. Contact information for each operator is below. The color behind the name corresponds to the primary color of the bike/scooter to help callers identify which operator to contact.
Continue to check back here for any updates to the pilot program as it progresses.