Spokane officials plan to extend the city’s contract with Lime for two years, but with tweaks to mollify those frustrated by downtown scooter usage.
Under terms of a proposed two-year contract extension, the city could levy a $20 fine against the electric scooter and bicycle rental company each time one of its users parks their ride improperly, such as by ditching it in the middle of a downtown sidewalk.
The city would bill the company quarterly to collect the fines, but Lime would have the option of passing that charge along straight to the consumer.
“The user would get dinged if they parked the vehicle improperly, so that improves
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