Micromobility can help us get there. It refers ways of getting around for smaller-scale travel — like scooters, skateboards and bikes. Shared services and connected technology provide more travel choices to more people. They help reduce single-occupant car trips by filling gaps in our transportation network, such as the distance between bus stops and homes, offices and schools.
The City of Boulder provides shared e-scooters (Lime) and e-bikes (BCycle) through the Shared Micromobility Program, in partnership with the University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder County, the Boulder Chamber, Lime and BCycle.