Shared e-Scooters and e-Bikes are a great way to get to your nearest CTrain station or bus stop, or to make your way throughout the city. The City of Calgary has issued permits to two companies to provide access to these safe, sustainable methods of transportation.
You can ride a shared e-scooter city-wide on bicycle lanes, pathways, empty sidewalks and roadways with lower speed limits and lower traffic volumes (like 13 Avenue S.W.). You can also ride in the temporary adaptive lanes that are set up around Calgary. E-scooters are not permitted on busier roadways like Macleod Trail.
Shared e-Bikes are permitted everywhere regular bikes can be used, and must follow the same rules that apply to bikes. See Cycling bylaws and safety tips for details.
Get started by reviewing the information here and downloading the shared e-scooter/e-bike apps from our permitted operators.