The regulation of scooters has been imposed on public places by operators who have flooded vehicle users and made it easier to rent them via apps. Many cities have concluded agreements, since October 2019, and have imposed legislative provisions, notably in the Routing to Mobility Act (LOM), a title to occupy the public domain on scooter operators.
In Paris (2.15 million people) and Marseille (861,600 inhabitants), agreements were signed with three operators, accompanied by royalties, in October 2019 for Marseille and in July 2020 for Paris, after a call for tenders. These charters do not replace the various regulations already in place in Paris, but add to them …
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