e-scooter companies, having recently issued more than $100K in fines and impound fees, and it is time
for the community to have a workable solution that solves these issues and empowers the micromobility industry,” said Andrew Fox, Charge co-founder and CEO.
“As the city of Atlanta continues to grow, so has the need for alternative, eco-friendly modes of
transportation like e-scooters and e-bikes,” said Andrea Boone, council member and vice-chair of the
city’s Public Safety Committee. “But these innovative transportation solutions, while fantastic for so
many reasons, have cluttered our city streets and sidewalks. We would welcome a solution that
addresses the safety and aesthetic issues caused by these devices.”