Two more two-wheel motor vehicle parking spots were just added Downtown, allowing more room for scooters and motorcycles to easily find a place to park. These two additions bring the grand total of two-wheeler parking areas up to 25, with room for over 275 vehicles to park.
Press Release: Gateway Goes ‘Green’ With Initiatives for Customers, Residents and Businesses With the annual Earth Day celebration around the corner, South Campus Gateway is preparing to roll out a series of “Green It” initiatives designed to promote environmental awareness, recycling and energy efficiency. The Gateway management team hopes the mixed-use project on the edge […]
Last summer, the City of Columbus rolled out a new scooter parking initiative that gave two-wheel vehicle operators (scooter riders and motorcyclists alike) several designated parking locations in and around Downtown. Currently there are 23 locations that can hold a total of 267 vehicles and the city is planning to add more in 2009. Also, […]
(Photo by Columbusite) The fan-favorite nomination for our “Best Urban Development of 2008” was actually not contained to one specific project, but a whole cluster of development that occurred along Gay Street in the past year. The new Residence Inn hotel opened in February at the corner of Gay & Pearl. The Neighborhood Launch project […]
The Dispatch wrote David the scooter vs. Goliath the car Saturday, July 19, 2008 BY TIM DOULIN From a distance, motor scooters look like they would be fun to ride. But when you get behind one in a car, well, they are just another two-wheeled pest to some motorists. Columbus finally recognized scooters by giving […]
NBC4i.com wrote Parking Lot Opens For Downtown Scooters Tuesday, Jul 15, 2008 By Denise Yost Trimming expenses is the name of the game for a growing number of Central Ohioans, and with gas hovering near $4 a gallon, riding bicycles, motorcycles and scooters is growing in popularity. Getting to work on two wheels is becoming […]
The Dispatch wrote Scooters gaining appeal as alternative transportation Saturday, July 5, 2008 BY KEVIN JOY No longer a plaything of geeks and hipsters, scooters are zipping into the consciousness of drivers once indifferent to two-wheeled transportation. Nationwide, first-quarter scooter sales were up 24 percent this year, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council. Interest is […]