Dockless Bike Share

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Dockless bike sharing is a new type of mobility option. Users can rent bikes, equipped with GPS technology, without the need to return them to a specific location. Most dockless bike companies offer smartphone applications where riders can locate a bike, unlock it and pay for the trip.

Dockless bicycles should be parked between the edge of the sidewalk and the curb, leaving ample room for pedestrian traffic. Also make sure to follow all traffic laws and wear a helmet while riding for safety.

The Dos

  • Bikes should be upright at all times.
  • Maintain at least a five-foot pedestrian path on sidewalks.
  • If possible, park in designated bike parking spots or near racks.
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The Don'ts

  • Don't block sidewalks.
  • Don't block fire hydrants.
  • Don't block curb ramps.
  • Don't block access to parking spaces.
  • Don't park in parking garages.
  • Don't park in building or resident entryways.
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The City of Orlando has created space within public rights-of-way in downtown Orlando where riders can park dockless bikes. These areas are designed to hold five to seven bicycles. The city will continue to add more bike parking options to accommodate the needs of our cyclists.

 The City of Orlando Transportation Planning Division regulates dockless bike sharing in accordance with Chapter 10, Section 10.04 of Orlando City Code.