Regulation Map

Cite as: Christina Brown, Regulation Map, in University of South Carolina School of Law, Dockless Mobility: A Look into the Regulation of E-scooters, (last updated 2019).

This interactive map provides unique aspects of the different types of regulations and approaches cities have adopted across the United States. This map is not intended to be exhaustive. The cities on this map were chosen because of their unique and/or comprehensive regulatory scheme. See this table for a comprehensive overview of E-scooter regulations


(Austin, TX, USA)
(Alexandria, VA, USA)
(Atlanta, GA, USA)
(Athens, GA, USA)
(Arlington, VA, USA)
(Baltimore, MD, USA)
(Boise, ID, USA)
(Charleston, SC, USA)
(Charlotte, NC, USA)
(Columbia, SC, USA)
(Columbus, OH, USA)
(Dallas, TX, USA)
(Denver, CO, USA)
(Detroit, MI, USA)
(Durham, NC, USA)
(Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA)
(Greensboro, NC, USA)
(Indianapolis, IN, USA)
(Kansas City, MO, USA)
(Long Beach, CA, USA)
(Los Angeles, CA, USA)
(Louisville, KY, USA)
(Memphis, TN, USA)
(Nashville, TN, USA)
(Oakland, CA, USA)
(Oklahoma City, OK, USA)
(Orlando, FL, USA)
(Philadelphia, PA, USA)
(Portland, OR, USA)
(Raleigh, NC, USA)
(Richmond, VA, USA)
(San Antonio, TX, USA)
(San Diego, CA, USA)
(San Jose, CA, USA)
(Santa Monica, CA, USA)
(Scottsdale, AZ, USA)
(St. Louis, MO, USA)
(Tempe, AZ, USA)
(Washington, DC, USA)
(Tallahassee, FL, USA)
(Tampa, FL, USA)
New York
(New York, NY, USA)