The City of Bridgeport is constantly improving usage of transit and alternative modes of transportation. Bridgeport’s Shared Mobility Pilot Program (SMPP) allows residents to borrow electric scooters, traditional bicycles, or electric bicycles from convenient public locations and end their trip anywhere in the city.
Riders must always follow safe operation procedures, including:
- Obey traffic laws, signs, and signals
- Always wear a helmet
- Yield to pedestrians
- Never ride under the influence
The pilot program is allows for scooter and bike share providers to operate within the city until November 30th, 2020!
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I sign up to ride a scooter or bike?
Download the Lynx City application in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Follow the instructions on the app to create a membership and get rolling!
Where can I ride?
Devices may ride on all streets and sidewalks in Bridgeport. Riders must follow traffic laws while riding in the street. Riders are encouraged to ride slower on sidewalks and yield to pedestrians.
Where do I leave my device once I end a ride?
Rides can be ended anywhere in Bridgeport. Park the device in a publicly accessible area where the next rider can easily find it. Push down the kickstand and make sure the device is upright. Make sure the device is placed in an area where it does not block pedestrian paths. Please utilize designated device parking areas if available.
How do I report improperly parked devices?
Please call or email Lynx at:
Report devices which need maintenance or are improperly parked to Lynx:
Office of Planning and Economic Development
999 Broad Street
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 576-7221