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From Ecological and Economic-Friendly…
Bird and Lime will each pay Baltimore $15,000, plus a dollar a day for each dockless scooter or bike they deploy, to operate a six-month pilot program in the city, according to the agreements approved by the city Wednesday.
The pilot program, which runs through the end of February, allows each firm to maintain a fleet of no more than 1,000 dockless scooters and bikes.
Matt Warfield, the bike/city planner overseeing the program at the city Department of Transportation, said the agreements were based on best-practice recommendations from the National Association of City Transportation Officials.
“We put this together based on the experiences other cities have already had,” Warfield said.
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