Electric scooter rental company Lime continued a fourth day of Honolulu operations with a depleted fleet Tuesday along with a hope that police will stop impounding the vehicles Lime leaves on sidewalks for rent. BRUCE ASATO / [email protected] California company Lime placed its electric scooters around town on sidewalks — like these on Kalakaua Avenue on Monday. Honolulu police removed those that they found to be a pedestrian hazard or that were parked without property owners’ permission. Electric scooter rental company Lime continued a fourth day of Honolulu operations with a depleted fleet Tuesday along with a hope that police will stop impounding the vehicles Lime leaves on sidewalks for rent. Andrew Pereira, communications director for Mayor Kirk Caldwell, said the Honolulu Police Department removed what amounts to close to half of Lime’s scooters — 90 out of about 200 as of Tuesday morning — from sidewalks as “discarded property” because they lacked registration plates, tags or emblems by which HPD could determine ownership. However, Pereira clarified that HPD removed only scooters that were either parked within the pedestrian right of way on sidewalks or on private property against the wishes of the property owner. Andrew Savage, a Lime vice… Read full this story
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