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Shared Micromobility Pilot Study
The Shared Micromobility Pilot Study will solicit up to three shared micromobility companies to launch services within city limits. Companies who are selected will be required to provide dedicated parking and share anonymized data with the City via a third-party.
Project Overview
The City of Grand Junction plans to launch the Shared Micromobility Pilot Study in April of 2023. Shared micromobility refers to a system of either docked or dockless vehicles that are part of a shared fleet and that are available to multiple users for short-term rental. Users can locate, reserve, and unlock devices for use and pay for and conclude trips via a smartphone application on their personal mobile device. 

The goal of this pilot study is to assess the performance of this emerging transportation mode and to monitor and regulate the private operation of shared micromobility in the city. The City will solicit up to three companies through the Request for Proposals (RFP) process. Operators who are selected for the pilot study will be required to provide dedicated parking and to share data with the City via a third-party data aggregator. The pilot study will have an 18-month performance period and will be governed by a pilot agreement.
Daniella Acosta
Senior Planner
Staff Report ( 0.18 MB )
Ordinance No. 5084 - Shared Micromobility Devices ( 7.1 MB )
Pilot Study Priority Zones Map ( 0.22 MB )
Wed, Jun 15, 2022
Community Listening Sessions
Wed, Jul 20, 2022
City Council Public Hearing
Fri, Aug 5, 2022
Request for Proposals (RFP) Opens
Tue, Sep 6, 2022
Request for Proposals (RFP) Closes
Sun, Apr 30, 2023
Launch Date
Wed, Oct 30, 2024
Pilot Study Closes
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