#BOLTDC

WASHINGTON

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Dockless Vehicle

Parking Area

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DDOT.DC.GOV
Dockless Vehicle Parking Area: the following areas where dockless vehicles may be parked, provided that a minimum 5-foot clear zone for pedestrians is maintained at all times:
  1. On a public sidewalk
  2. In the public right-of-way between the sidewalk and the curb
  3. At a bike rack, if the bike rack is located in the public right-of-way but somewhere other than a public sidewalk, or the public right-of-way between the sidewalk and the curb.
RESTRICTED AREA

No Sidewalk Riding

In the city’s Central Business District, which covers downtown and the U.S. Capitol grounds, it’s illegal to ride bikes and scooters on the sidewalk. Otherwise, you may ride electric bikes and scooters on sidewalks outside of the Central Business District as well as on roads and bike lanes. If you choose to travel on the sidewalk, you should yield to pedestrians.
PUBLIC API

DC's GBFS Feed

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DC GBFS

How to BOLT:

SAFETY FIRST
Helmets are required. We also strongly recommend making sure your brakes work by engaging them before starting your ride.
START YOUR RIDE
Step on the scooter and push-off with one foot then use the throttle. To stop, release throttle and squeeze the brakes. 
ENDING YOUR RIDE
Please be courteous to others and make sure the kickstand is down. Don’t block public pathways. Park by bike racks when available.