The scooter program is reaching capacity as the City of Orlando has issued seven of ten available permits to national companies to operate within city limits since approving the one-year pilot in December 2019.

At the time of this post, City Hall has issued signed permits to Bird (Website), Lime (Website), Lynx City (Website), Razor (Website), Spin (Website), Veoride (Website), and Wheels (Website).

HOPR (Website), the bike-share company formerly known as Juice Bike Share, is currently awaiting the approval of its own scooter fleet which you can see HERE on the national site.

An application for a company known as SLIDR (Website) is currently in review.

Each company is permitted to operate a 200-scooter fleet in City limits with a total vehicle allowance of 1,800 units allowed in the streets, which we will be hitting soon if SLIDR and HOPR are approved to operate.

Currently, the fees are as follows:


* These fees may change once the fleet launches locally and are based on other city’s posted fee structures.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of

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