Scooters are a great way to travel for short distances, last-mile connections or sight-seeing. Fairfax County has rolled out 600 e-scooters for public use. Take advantage of hundreds of scooters from LINK and Bird around McLean Crossing and Tysons area. As part of Fairfax Count’s shared mobility device program, e-scooters are accessible for anyone to utilize. Pick up a scooter on-the-go and explore Tysons!
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Scooter best practices
Scooters are a quick way to get around but must be used properly. To make sure that travel is safe while riding your scooter, here are some safety tips:
- Always wear a helmet when operating a scooter
- Be on the lookout for pedestrians
- Be aware of your surroundings; you may not be seen by other vehicles
- Follow local safety and traffic laws to prevent any injuries
- Use bike lanes when operating the scooter
- Only one person can operate the scooter for the duration of the ride
Parking your Scooter
- Park your scooter in a suitable spot: do not block sidewalks, roads, loading docks, access ramps, bus stops, etc.
- Do not park and leave your scooter on private property