E-bikes and E-scooters
When more people use active travel, our streets become less congested with traffic, our impact on the environment shrinks, and Edmonton becomes a healthier, more livable and more vibrant place to live.
Shared Micromobility Programs
Shared micromobility programs, like e-bikes and e-scooters, encourage people to walk, cycle and take public transit more often. They bridge gaps in travel that personal vehicles, transit, or infrastructure may not cover.
We will work with the approved vendors, Bird and Lime, to encourage Edmontonians to watch out for each other and to ride with care.
Reporting a Problem E-bike or E-scooter
Report damages, discarded or improperly parked vehicles to the company so they can be removed.
Account creation and payment/refund
Report misparked/abandoned e-scooters/e-bikes
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If you see a crime in progress involving bikes, e-bikes, or e-scooters, including theft, vandalism or mischief, contact Edmonton Police Service.
- 911, for serious crimes in progress
- Non-emergency line at 780-423-4567
- Citizen Online Police Reporting Service