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This Saturday there will be 50 Lime Scooters available across Spokane Valley. The number of scooters available throughout the city may fluctuate as the weather changes and more scooters will be available in the spring.
Lime is responding to new public health restrictions by reducing the number of scooters on Spokane city streets and implementing changes meant to diminish crowding and encourage mask use.
Lime may get a free ride in Spokane.
The modern sign of the arrival of summer in Spokane – Lime scooters – finally hit the sidewalks this week after a delay caused by the pandemic.
The company says its technicians will clean the scooters daily and are encouraging riders to wash their hands or use sanitizer once they reach their destination. Lime has already returned to city streets in Boise, Bothell and elsewhere during the pandemic.
Pending approval from public health officials, the city of Spokane wants to add itself to the list of 10 cities currently served by the rideshare company’s temporary “Lime Aid” program.
The company said in a message to users Wednesday the wheel rental service will now be available next week. Forecasters predict as much as 2 inches of snowfall in Spokane overnight Friday, a return of wintry weather that has been elusive this year.
A Lime Scooter parked carelessly in the center of a sidewalk could soon cost its rider $15.
Lime scooters and bikes will be back on Spokane streets – and, against the rules, sidewalks – starting March 13.
Lime scooter rides show Spokane residents want choice for short trips.
Almost a week after his death, friends of Tyler Chestnutt recalled his kind and caring personality and his major love of the Seahawks.
Dozens of damaged Lime scooters were piled outside of a Spokane Valley warehouse Monday morning following a fire that blackened the signature green frames and melted the plastic housing that hold lithium batteries.
No, blind people aren’t riding scooters. They do, however, need to know how to contact the scooter companies when they encounter the devices, which present a hazard when left lying around.
Both Lime and the Bigelows say they have been in contact, and that the couple is happy with how the company has handled the incident so far.
Police arrested a man for allegedly firing a gun at two Lime scooter riders who had just crashed their scooters in Riverfront Park early Thursday.
Spokane police say a woman riding a Lime electric scooter was injured Tuesday afternoon in a collision with a vehicle.
Starting June 28 at 6 p.m. and ending June 30 at 10 p.m., Lime bikes and scooters can’t be checked out or parked in parts of downtown Spokane and Riverfront Park.
Lime is offering the Scoot Spokane First Ride Academy, which makes its debut at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in downtown Spokane.
A little more than a month after an event organizer pulled out of an outdoor movie series that had been hosted in the downtown park since 2013, park officials said Wednesday a new, free series will take place in the Lilac Bowl beginning next Wednesday.
Getting to new places in Spokane on Lime scooters is getting a little easier, thanks to a partnership between the company and Visit Spokane.