Shared E-Scooters Now Available!
The City of Regina is pleased to announce that e-scooters are now available to rent in Regina.
Two vendors, Bird and Neuron, will provide the shared e-scooter program.
“We are excited to have these industry leaders bring their services to our community,” says
Mayor Sandra Masters. “Shared e-scooters will provide residents and visitors with a fun,
convenient and sustainable transportation option to explore and move through our city.”
Shared e-scooter services are available for rental through each vendor’s app. To learn more
about where e-scooters can ride, rental locations and costs, download the Bird and Neuron app
through the Apple Store, Google Play, or visit Regina.ca/escooters. Residents should contact
the vendors if they have issues with the app or the shared devices.
The City will work closely with both vendors to ensure that the implementation of the program is
safe, reliable and enjoyable for all users.
Residents are reminded that helmets are mandatory, and you must be 16 years of age to ride.
Shared e-scooters are allowed to operate within approved service areas, such as on bike lanes,
park pathways, multi-use pathways and roads with a speed limit of 50 km/hour or less. Escooters are not allowed on sidewalks and are limited to a maximum speed limit of 24 km/hr on
roadways, and 15 km/hr on pathways. Please ride responsibly. Be aware of your surroundings
and share roads and pathways accordingly.
E-scooters are a great way to get around our city and provide an alternate mode of
transportation. The City of Regina has a goal to become a renewable, net zero City by 2050 and
adding e-scooters as a transportation option is one way of helping to achieve this.
Visit SGI’s website for information on provincial guidelines.