This past September, Arlington County approved a pilot program to study the use of dockless bikes and e-scooters throughout Arlington. This follows on the heels of a similar pilot project last year in the District of Columbia and currently only Bird and Lime are participating in Arlington’s pilot. While Arlington residents may be familiar with seeing these devices on their streets, now is a good time to provide a full understanding of how they operate, and what Arlingtonians can expect from the upcoming pilot program.
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At Oakland Apartments they get it—transportation is a crucial piece of the puzzle in the lives of their staff and residents. Having been involved in Arlington Transportation Partners’ (ATP) Champions program for five years, they have built on their involvement year over year and increased their commitment to make the lives of residents easier by helping them get around. This year, they stepped up as a Platinum level Champion and have been instrumental in the success of transportation programs and initiatives that extend beyond their property lines.
Dockless bikes and scooters have recently become a common way for people in Arlington, Virginia to travel short distances. Managers of a multi-family or commercial property may have noticed the increased presence of dockless devices parked around your building.