Tucson Expanding Shared Mobility

Young woman on an electric scooterThe City of Tucson first piloted a shared e-scooter program in fall 2019, and extended that pilot through COVID-19. Now, with micro-mobility’s popularity growing, the city is seeking growing shared mobility program.

Full details are available on the city’s website, but it’s seeking vendors and partners to make e-scooters available in the city going forward. Two applicants will be chosen to provide scooters for 12 months, with the option to renew for three additional 12-month terms.

Micro-mobility grew during COVID and is projected to become even more popular. If your organization is growing its program, we’d love to hear about it.