- In an approved designated parking area
- In legal vehicle parking areas where there is no time restrictions or parking meters present
- Within a pay parking, loading zone, or time restricted stall unless marked as a designated e-scooter parking area
- Within a driving lane
- On a pathway, or within 1.0 m of a pathway
- Within shrub beds or 0.5 metres of a tree
- Within 2.0 metres of a fire hydrant or curb crossing
- Directly on furniture (such as benches, garbage cans, flowerpots) located on the street, sidewalk, or pathway
E-scooters have no emissions during their use and provide the opportunity for users to explore an alternative to passenger vehicles.
E-scooters support the vital first/last mile trip for public transit.
- Park Pathways and Multiuse Pathways at a maximum speed limit of 15 km/h
- Roads with a speed limit of 50 km/h or less
- Designated bike lanes*
- Roads with a speed limit over 50 km/h, unless there is a designated bike lane that the operator must remain in
- Park pathways;
- Multiuse pathways;
- Pat Fiacco Plaza;
- Frederick W. Hill Mall (Scarth Street)
- any other areas as determined by the City
What is the minimum age to ride an e-scooter?
The provincial regulations require that e-scooter riders be a minimum age of 16 years old.
Is a helmet required to ride an e-scooter?
Yes, it is a provincial requirement that e-scooter riders wear a helmet.
How much will it cost to ride a shared e-scooter?
Costs to rent a shared e-scooter will be determined by the vendor(s) through the public procurement process. Stay tuned for more information!
What is the cost of the shared e-scooter program to the City?
A shared e-scooter program is intended to be cost neutral for the City.
Where do I park my e-scooter?
E-scooters must park in one of the following areas:
Please park an e-scooter in a manner that does not create a hazard or obstruction to pedestrians or traffic.
Do not park your e-scooters:
How will non-compliant e-scooter use be enforced?
In addition with to the Traffic Bylaw, e-scooters must comply with the provincial Traffic Safety Act, and The Limited Speed Motor Vehicle Regulations. Violations can be enforced by Regina Police Service.
Why are e-scooters not allowed on sidewalks?
Sidewalk riding is prohibited to ensure safety and minimal impacts to pedestrians, accessibility users or other vulnerable people using sidewalks.
Can you double ride on a e-scooter?
No, the provincial regulations only allow for one person to ride an e-scooter at a time.
What are the environmental benefits of using e-scooters?
Where can I ride my scooter?
*Note: E-Scooters must remain within a bike lane if one is present on the road they are travelling on.
E-scooters cannot operate on:
Where are slow down areas?
E-scooters must operate at a maximum speed limit of 15 km/h in slow down areas, which include: