Bike Chattanooga launches Scooter Pilot Program

Bike Chattanooga recently added 15 electric scooters to its fleet.

NOOGAtoday | Two electric scooters docked at station next to road.

Look for the new scooters docked at various Bike Chattanooga stations.

Photo by NOOGAtoday

If you’ve walked by some of the Bike Chattanooga stations recently, you may have seen some new additions to the rental options — electric scooters.

The organization recently launched its Scooter Pilot Program, offering 15 electric scooters for folks to rent for their explorations across Chattanooga.

How does it work?

You can unlock a scooter through the mobile website, Transit + PBSC apps, or by using the kiosk at the station. Note: You must be 16+ and have a valid ID. At the end of your ride, you must dock the scooter back at a Bike Chattanooga station.


A scooter pass is pay-as-you-go, with a $1 fee to unlock a scooter + 35 cents per minute of use. Folks can also purchase an annual membership for a preferred rate ($1 to unlock + 25 cents per minute).

Note: Bike passes do not include the use of scooters.