The City of Cleveland has issued shared mobility permits to five shared mobility vendors on a trial basis: Bird, Lime, Spin, Wheels and VeoRide. Starting in early 2020, the City of Cleveland will be reviewing the results of the demonstration period.

Tell us about your experience with shared scooters and e-bikes in University Circle! 

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Current shared mobility options in Cleveland:

Current shared mobility options in Cleveland:

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* 1. I most closely identify as a/an                   in University Circle.

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* 2. Where do you live? (Zip code)

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* 3. What is your age?

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* 4. On a scale of 1-5 (1 = not serious, 5 = very serious) how do you rate the seriousness of the following issues?

  1 2 3 4 5
Too many cars in University Circle
Traffic and congestion
Pollution due to vehicle emissions
Bicycle safety
Pedestrian and sidewalk safety
Mobility access for people with disabilities
Availability of transportation options
Cost of transportation options

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* 5. How often do you use shared e-scooters/e-bikes?

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* 6. Regardless of how frequently you ride, using a five star rating system, how would you rate Cleveland's shared scooter and e-bike program so far?

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* 7. What types of trips do you typically use shared e-scooters or e-bikes for? Select all that apply.

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* 8. How would you rate each of the following statements?

Shared e-scooter/e-bike riders:

  Always Mostly Sometimes Never
Park responsibly
Ride on sidewalks
Ride in bike lanes when a bike lane is present
Ride one person per device
Appear to be of a legal riding age
Follow the rules of the road

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* 9. How would you rate each of the following statements?

  Complete Disagreement Slight Disagreement Neutral Slight Agreement Complete Agreement
Shared e-scooters/e-bikes are important transportation options
Shared e-scooters/e-bikes help reduce carbon emissions
There are too many e-scooters/e-bikes in University Circle
The 7am-7pm time restriction for e-scooters is too limiting
The 12 mph speed limit for scooters is too slow
Fares to use e-scooters/e-bikes should be lower for low-income riders
There should be a non-smart phone option to access e-scooters/e-bikes

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* 10. Which of the following issues regarding shared e-scooters/e-bikes are the most important to address? Please rank in order of priority.

(1 = Highest priority, 10 = Lowest priority)

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* 11. How would you like to receive updates about Cleveland's shared mobility program?

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* 12. Have your transportation choices changed since shared e-scooters and e-bikes have become available? Please describe. 

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* 13. What other feedback would you like to share about Cleveland's shared mobility program?

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