Active transportation pilot projects
It is illegal to use an electric kick scooter on a road or highway in:
- Any community that is not participating in the pilot project
- A pilot community that has not yet enacted bylaws for the pilot project
As of April 5, 2021, communities participating in the active transportation electric kick scooter pilot project may allow use of electric kick scooters on roads within their communities in accordance and bylaws are in place designating locations where the devices may be operated.
The Electric Kick Scooter Pilot Project Regulation outlines the pilot community bylaw requirement and electric kick scooter rules and safety.
The electric kick scooter pilot project provides an opportunity for participating communities and the B.C. government to research, test and evaluate the safety and efficiency of electric kick scooters in supporting expanded active transportation networks and CleanBC.
Electric kick scooter pilot project
Currently, the following participating pilot project communities may enact bylaws to allow for use of electric kick scooters on roads in their communities:
New applications are still being accepted for the electric kick scooter pilot project. Local communities interested in joining the pilot project can contact us to find out more.
If you have questions regarding the electric kick scooter pilot project, please contact:
Please contact the pilot communities for further information on the status of their bylaws.
- Learn more about the active transportation (electric kick scooter) pilot project
Future active transportation pilot projects
The B.C. government anticipates launching future pilot projects focussed on supporting active transportation. Contact us for more information about future pilot projects.