Pedicab for sale Los Angeles
After a solid push from Councilwoman Jan Perry’s office, the City of Los Angeles is finally debating a proposal to bring pedicabs back to the streets of Los Angeles. Pedicabs have proven wildly popular in a diverse amount of American cities, everywhere from San Diego, to New York, to Portland, to San Francisco. While the city has had pedicab rules on the books since 1986, a pair of operators tried to bring the business to L.A. in 2007 and were shutdown.
Now, the LADOT has written up a list of new rules allegedly to help bring pedicabs back, but the rule list is so onerous and at times ridiculous that one can’t help but question whether they really mean it. In its first report on the rules, Blogdowntown deadpanned:
but new rules proposed by the city’s Department of Transportation could
be so onerous and confusing as to make the service unappealing to both
riders and operators.
The new rules regulated everything from dress code, to routes, to helmet requirements for drivers and passengers and an onerous licensing procedure. Fortunately, the Transportation Commission, a group of transportation planners that review many LADOT reports and recommendations before they go to the Los Angeles City Council Transportation Committee, was as incredulous at some of these rules as Blogdowntown and other cyclists. They sent the LADOT packing until next month’s meeting, hoping that they come back with a competent piece of work.
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