Should scooters stay or go? Omaha wants to know what you think
continue in Omaha?
As the city's six-month pilot program comes to an end this week, the city is reaching out to residents for their thoughts on the matter.
posted a link to the city's survey on
earlier this week, and comments made on the post are
Citing concerns with the geofencing function,
the program just head of
; but a few days later,
, and Lime scooters were
than 24 hours later.
, but some scooter crashes have caused
. Lime did hold
for first-time riders — last week.
While the survey is geared toward those who have actually ridden one of the
scooters that were available in select areas of Omaha, the survey also allows for input from those who haven't participated in the trial.