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Published on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Public Hearing, September 12: Dockless Vehicles

CONTACT: Kelly Kapaun Saunders, 210-207-8031
kelly.saunders@sanantonio.gov

 

WHAT:           The City of San Antonio will hold a public hearing to discuss the proposed dockless vehicle ordinance. The public is invited to speak in front of City Council and share their opinions on the proposed dockless vehicle ordinance. Dockless vehicles can include bicycles, scooters and other vehicles that do not require a docking station.
 
WHEN:           Wednesday, Sept. 12, 6 p.m.
Citizens must register to speak prior to 6 p.m. See full instructions below.


WHERE:
         City Council Chambers
Municipal Plaza Building
114 W. Commerce St.
San Antonio, TX 78205

 

“Dockless vehicles are an innovative solution to first/last mile transportation gaps,” said District 4 City Councilman Rey Saldaña. “Our goal is embrace this new technology while keeping the safety of pedestrians as the highest priority.”

 

The City’s recommendations for dockless vehicles will be presented to the City Council at the 2 p.m. B Session on Wednesday, Sept. 12, and City Council will vote on the ordinance on Oct. 11.

 

The City is seeking feedback from San Antonio residents regarding dockless vehicles. In addition to the public hearing, you can participate in the City’s dockless vehicle survey, click here for English and click here for Spanish.

 

Speaking at the Public Hearing

  • Citizens must register prior to 6 p.m. (unless otherwise indicated). The registration desk is open from 4 – 6 p.m. for in-person registration.
  • Citizens can register online at www.sanantonio.gov/Clerk/CitizensToBeHeard by accessing a link that is available on this page on the day of City Council B Sessions. The link is available 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Citizens are allowed three minutes to address the Council.
  • Groups consisting of three or more citizens will be allotted nine minutes total to address the Council on any one item.

 

Time limits and the sharing of time are subject to registration volume and can be restricted at the Mayor's discretion.

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