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Pedestrians and E-Scooters: An Initial Look at E-Scooter Parking and Perceptions by Riders and Non-Riders
This article details a study done in the neighborhood of Rosslyn in Arlington, Virginia to understand the relationship between e-scooter riders and non-riders in terms of e-scooter parking and pedestrian safety.
During the study 16% of 606 observed e-scooters were not parked properly and 6% were blocking pedestrian right-of-way.
"Our survey showed that e-scooter trips in Rosslyn replaced trips otherwise taken by Uber, Lyft, or a taxi (39%), foot (33%), bicycle (12%), bus (7%), or car (7%)."
Pedestrians surveyed about safety perception around people using e-scooters and riding bikes reported that they felt significantly less safe around e-scooters than around bikes.
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