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▶ Micro-Mobility

Micro-mobility refers to a range of small, lightweight vehicles operating at speeds typically below 25 km/h (15 mph) and operated by users personally.  Micromobility devices include bicycles, e-bikes, e-scooters, electric skateboards, bike share fleets, and more.  See Wikipedia article: Micromobility.

Adaptive & Inclusive Micro-mobility (AIM)

[Updated: June 7, 2023]

MCN! is excited to be participating on the advisory committee for the Adaptive & Inclusive Micro-mobility (AIM) project, to do a pilot research project in Mississauga with community engagement in 2023.

Phase 1 of the AIM project includes dates for in-person and virtual public consultations, engaging with people with disabilities and older adults to study the interests and needs of adaptive micro-mobility.

Phase 1 is funded through a grant by the Port Credit Community Foundation for a six-month period, through the auspices of Access 2 Accessibility (A2A).

In Spring/Summer of 2023 there will be community consultations.  NOTE: This project is taking place in Mississauga, but people from outside of this area are welcome to attend the virtual public consultation.

▶ A SURVEY for feedback will be available in a variety of formats for everyone to give their opinion.  Take the Survey online.

If you have comments or questions regarding this project, please reach out to AIM@Access2Accessibility.com.

Learn more about the project on A2A's dedicated AIM webpage.

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Micro-mobility Pilot Project: E-scooters

[Updated: June 10, 2023]

The City embarked on a study of micro-mobility issues in 2020 (News Release, Dec. 2020), and began conducting a five-year pilot project.  Below is the June 2023 update from the Active Transportation Dept.

"If you're using an e-scooter in Mississauga, it's important to know that the City has recently made changes to its By-Laws to regulate where e-scooters can be used.  People who are 16 years of age or older can operate e-scooters on public roads that have a speed limit of less than 50km/hr, as well as on bike paths, bike lanes, and multi-use trails that are next to the road.  However, it's prohibited to use e-scooters on sidewalks or park trails.

"Would you like to share your views on the use of e-scooters in Mississauga?  You can visit yoursay.mississauga.ca/escooter to provide feedback on your experiences using an e-scooter in Mississauga and interacting with others who use e-scooters in the city.

"To learn more about e-scooters and their use in Mississiauga click here."