The City Hall of Cluj-Napoca put up for debate a set of rules concerning the use of e-scooters, aimed at preventing traffic-related issues in the city, according to Romania-Insider.com.
The rules are inspired by similar ones in Paris and Brussels, according to Cluj-Napoca mayor Emil Boc.
According to a first draft of the rules, e-scooters cannot be left in the area of public transport stations, on sidewalks narrower than 2 meters, and in the area of pedestrian crossings and taxi stations, among others. E-scooter operators have to remove the e-scooters left in other places than the allowed ones, and can be fined if they do not do this. An outline of the rules is available here.