E-scooters are here to take you places safely and in style!
Meet CDTA’s new electric scooter sharing program!
Check out the newest way to zip around the Capital Region!Learn more
Become a SCOOT member using the app then find the closest scooter available.
Remove the cable lock when you hear the signal. Check the display to be sure scooter is ready to start riding.
Scooters must be ridden on the road.
Follow all traffic laws as you ride.
To end a ride, lock your scooter to any SCOOT rack by securing inserting the cable lock back into the scooter.
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Download the app, sign up and scan a QR code to ride SCOOT. We accept most popular payment methods.
For more information, please email our customer service team at email@example.com.
Any scooter left unlocked at any time or not locked to a SCOOT rack at the conclusion of the ride will result in a $50 charge to the user.
SCOOT vehicles can only operate in designated riding zones and will shut down when entering areas not permitted
*Prices are subject to change.
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SCOOT will enhance the Capital Region’s transportation options with fully electric scooters that can be used to commute to work, run errands, visit friends, or just have fun!
SCOOT hub locations can found on the map at www.scootcdta.com and also on the SCOOT app.
Beginning in July 2021, SCOOT until November.
SCOOT is a fun, friendly, and fully electric way to move around the Capital Region while reducing traffic congestion.
Anyone 18 and older can create a SCOOT membership and start riding! (credit card is required).
Scooters may only be used by adults 18 years and older.
Wear a helmet whenever you ride and make sure the strap is securely buckled.
Scooters are designed for 1 rider per trip. Never ride with anyone else on the scooter.
Lock your scooter to a SCOOT rack so it doesn’t block any public right of way.
Yield to pedestrians. Stop at all red lights and stop signs. Ride in the road and in the direction of traffic. Use the grip bell to signal your presence.
Don’t wear headphones or look at your phone. Keep your eyes on the road. Be aware of your surroundings.