We're not rushing into communities in a way that would make things worse.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (PRWEB) April 12, 2018
Eric M. Bell, founder of Blue Duck Scooters has pledged to work with communities and users to ensure the new electric scooter-sharing company doesn’t go the way of other bike and scooter sharing programs in other communities.
The demand for clean transportation alternatives has started an “arms race” and city streets have become cluttered with unused bicycles and scooters. Bell has vowed Blue Duck Scooters will not go that route and outlined that promise in a memo to the leaders of other ridesharing companies.
“We’re not rushing into communities in a way that would only make things worse,” Bell said. “We’re taking a measured approach, working with city and community leaders, and ensuring we’re part of the solution to congested roads.”
Part of Bell’s pledge to riders and communities is:
- To provide an exceptional user experience
- To never forget the fun
- To make sure the fun doesn’t come at the expense of public safety
“Our riders and residents deserve the very best, most fun, and responsible encounters with Blue Duck Scooters,” Bell wrote. “We always pledge to provide them with this experience.”
You can read the pledge here.
About Blue Duck Scooters: Blue Duck is a convenient, fun, green, affordable transportation alternative ideal for college campuses and urban centers where trips are about a mile and a half or less. Riders download the free, easy-to-use Blue Duck app to access rides. Blue Duck Scooters are electric and rechargeable so there are zero carbon emissions. They are dockless so you can park them out of the way when you’re through with your ride. Follow Blue Duck on Twitter @rideblueduck; on Instagram @blueduckscooters; on Facebook; or on the web, http://www.blueduckscooters.com.