Dockless find-and-ride vehicles

Dockless vehicles--bicycles and power assisted scooters that can be checked out from a fleet without human assistance or going to a docking station--have arrived in Louisville. These find-and-ride vehicles offer a fun and easy option for getting around the city. We've put together a set of common sense rules and recommendations for both riders and fleet operators. Here are some highlights:

Rider rules and recommendations

  • One rider per scooter
  • Must ride in roadways, and in bike lanes or bike paths where available
  • Must not ride on sidewalks
  • Keep to the right of the rightmost lane, except when making left turns
  • Yield to pedestrians
  • Offer the right of way to bicycles in bike lanes
  • Obey all traffic laws
  • When parking, do not obstruct walking area of sidewalk or block building entrances
  • Wear a helmet

Fleet rules and recommendations

  • Operation is restricted to the area within Interstate 264 except for a southern extension to Palatka Road including Iroquois Park and a western extension to Shawnee Park
  • Up to eight operators will be permitted
  • Initial fleet restricted to 150 vehicles per operator with gradual increases to 1,050 as required conditions are met.
  • Must maintain a 24-hour customer service phone number which shall be posted on each vehicle and within the method used for checking out vehicles
  • Power assisted speed of vehicles must not exceed 15 miles per hour
  • All vehicles must have always-on front and rear lights visible from at least 300 feet away
  • Must have ability to lock individual vehicles deemed or reported as unsafe

See the full Dockless Vehicle Policy 

Enter your address and MyLouisville will find nearby city services in the following categories:

  • Garbage Icon Solid Waste Services
  • Police Badge Icon Emergency Services
  • Political Info Icon Political Info
  • House Icon General Location Info

Find your garbage, recycling, yard waste and large-item set-out dates. Sign up for large-item set out and street sweeping reminders by email and text!

The new Metro311 Reporting System and our new 311 mobile app is live!

Report Something to Us!

Call MetroCall at 311 or (502) 574-5000

No service has been selected.

No form has been selected.