Regulating Micromobility: Examining Transportation Equity and Access
Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy
This paper evaluates the various ways cities have or are attempting to address e-scooter usage equity concerns, with a focus on Atlanta, Georgia as compared to Austin, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina; Los Angeles, California; and Portland, Oregon. The cities were evaluated by the laws in effect at the time of coding, which occurred during the project period of October through December 2019. To explore how existing laws and regulations affect access to e-scooters, this research was guided by the following overarching questions: How equitable is access to e-scooters? How can equitable access to e-scooters be improved? How can a data-driven approach be used to craft inclusive and effective micromobility regulations for Atlanta, Georgia and other cities nationwide?
Karen Johnston, Deirdre Oakley, Audrone Vysniauskaite Durham, Claire Bass, & Stacie Kershner, Regulating Micromobility: Examining Transportation Equity and Access, 4 J. Comp. Urban L. & Pol'y 682 (2020).
Institutional Repository Citation
Johnston, Karen; Oakley, Deirdre A.; Durham, Audra; Bass, Claire; and Kershner, Stacie, "Regulating Micromobility: Examining Transportation Equity and Access" (2020). Faculty Publications By Year. 3016.