The response of the City Council of Santa Cruz to the knowledge of the Prosecutor’s Office, by the group We want to moveof the “chaos” that electric scooters of rent are causing in the capital is the announcement of the Mobility area of Santa Cruz, headed by Evelyn Alonso, of the creation of 51 parking spaces for these Personal Mobility Vehicles (VMP).
The criticisms have not been long in coming considering, as We Want to Move, that, according to their calculations, the number of scooters could be around a thousand throughout the city. “Out of every 200 scooters, not even 9 will have a place,” denounced the group in defense of people with disabilities on their social networks.
In addition, as some of the users pointed out, and also the neighbors affected by the misuse of electric scooters, only rental scooters are taken into account, not individuals, in addition to the fact that the 51 places are distributed in 10 locations distributed only in the central area of the capital, without any planned for the neighborhoods of the municipality, where they also suffer the consequences of this misuse of the VMP. Precisely today the Plenary will debate a PSOE motion on scooters.