Where can I park?


You can only park inside the Scoot zone, highlighted in blue in the map on the app.

The by-law states that when it’s not possible to park on the road, and providing there are no signs prohibiting it, motorcycles may park on the pavement in the following cases:

  • If the pavement is between 3 and 6 metres wide, parking is possible parallel to the curb and between tree pits, without blocking vehicle entrances to buildings, litter bins or waste containers, and while keeping at least two metres away from zebra crossings and bus stops.
  • If the pavement is more than 6 meters wide, motorcycles can park side by side and perpendicular to the curb, provided that there are at least 3 meters for pedestrian to pass by.

Parking is not allowed on pavements less than 3 meters wide.

Single-level streets without curbs are considered to be the same as a pavement in a normal segregated street. Therefore, if it is less than 3 meters wide, parking is prohibited.


parking2.jpgImportant: Scoot user is responsible to check the temporal parking prohibitions, such as, road works, markets, pruning tree branches or filmations. In case this way, user will be not able to finish the ride if the temporal prohibition starts in less than 48 hours, for instance, if the prohibition starts on sunday at 10 AM, user is authorized to to park untill 10 AM from previous friday. 


You will lock your bike inside the Scoot zone in areas designated for this purpose (bike parkings with U racks).

Do not lock to trees, traffic lights, benches, recycling containers, litter bins, bus shelters and to any urban furniture.
Do not park on pavements if this obstructs pedestrians.
Do not park underground or inside garages
Do not park in loading or unloading areas, at zebra crossings, against elements adjoining building facades, by parking places reserved for people with reduced mobility or by Bicing stations.
Do not park in places where parking is prohibited, such as in front of public premises, emergency exits, buildings where parking is not recommended in order to ensure public safety, or health centres, to facilitate patient access.

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