March 24, 2023
Guidelines for Use of E-scooters, E-Bikes, E-hoverboards, etc., While on Campus.
Posted in: Safety
With the increase in popularity of low-speed electric mobility vehicle use there has also been an increase in accidents and injuries to both operators and pedestrians. The University prioritizes the safety of the campus community and is providing guidance for the safe operation, storage, charging and of all personal electric vehicles (e-scooters, e-bikes, e-hoverboards, etc.) while permitting students, faculty and staff to benefit from the ease and convenience these devices provide.
This guidance includes laws the State of New Jersey has in place that apply to the operators of motor vehicles, bicycles and personal electric vehicles (e-scooters, e-bikes, e-hoverboards, etc). All motor vehicle laws applicable to motor vehicles and/or e-bicycles/scooters will be enforced as needed for the safety of our community.
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Guidelines for Use on Campus
The guidelines for the use of personal low-speed electric vehicles on campus includes:
- Storage and Charging
- Approved Location of Use
If you have a low speed personal electric vehicle and plan to use it while on campus it is very important you review and adhere to the guidelines. These guidelines are based on community input, public law and the University Safety Committee recommendations. The University will be identifying more areas for safe storage and charging of devices.
View: Campus Guidelines for Personal Electric Vehicle Operation.
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Kieran Barrett
Interim Chief of Police
Montclair State University Police Department