Micromobility vehicles and shared micromobility technologies are deploying rapidly in many cities across the United States and internationally. Lacking a standard definition, micromobility can include any small, personal transportation technology that travels slower than 20 to 30 miles per hour, may be motorized, and is frequently operated on pedestrian- or bicycle-oriented infrastructure (often, bicycles, e-bikes, e-scooters). State and local jurisdictions are beginning to regulate these technologies to address areas of concern, including curb space management, safety, equity, and other considerations. This study documents the policies and practices of state DOTs.
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