Coronavirus Latest: Lime Scooters Return To Baltimore Streets Saturday; Essential Workers Can Get Free RidesLime electric scooters will return to the streets and sidewalks of Baltimore Saturday morning to help essential workers get to work amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company said Friday.
Dockless Vehicles, Including Scooters, Set Ridership Records In Baltimore In SeptemberDockless vehicles, including electric scooters, continue to grow in popularity in Baltimore, new numbers from the city's transportation department show.
Lime Is Bringing Dockless Bikes To Baltimore This WeekendBaltimore City Department of Transportation announced Thursday that they will be adding Lime dockless bikes to their fleet.
Over 1.5M Trips Taken On Dockless Scooters In Baltimore Since Launch 1 Year AgoThe Baltimore Department of Transportation said the first year has been a success, with over 1.5 million trips taken so far.
All Bird Scooters Must Be Out Of Baltimore By Tuesday, As 4 Other Dockless Scooter, Bike Companies Get PermitsThe Department of Transportations reveals its first operators for the 2019 Dockless Vehicle Program.
Baltimore Opens Application Period For Dockless Vehicle ProgramCompanies hoping to operate dockless bicycles or electric scooters in Baltimore are now able to apply for the city's dockless vehicle program.
Electric Scooter Pilot Program Begins In Montgomery CountyElectric scooters have hit the streets in Montgomery County.
Pilot Program For Uber's JUMP Scooter Service Underway In BaltimoreUber has launched its own scooter service called JUMP and they have arrived in Charm City.
'Spin' Dockless Scooters Make Debut Wednesday In BaltimoreThe San Francisco-based dockless scooter company will start with 80 scooters in three locations, two in Washington Village and one in Reservoir Hill.
Baltimore Scooter Program Overseer Leaves, Cites 'Bullying' The transportation department official overseeing Baltimore's dockless electric scooter pilot program has resigned, citing a toxic work environment.