NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Most of the scooter corrals in downtown Nashville are in operation on Monday night.
Now that CMA Fest is over, users will be able to get a good look at how they will work.
According to the city, 10 of the 12 scooter corrals are up and running.
All of the corrals are centered around Broadway in downtown Nashville.
The city said its waiting for some construction to finish to put the final two corrals in place.
The city will be monitoring the existing locations over the next week to see how effective they are.
We are now over the halfway point of Mayor David Briley’s threat to remove scooters from Nashville.
The mayor gave the companies 30 days to submit proposals on how to improve overall safety.
The Mayor’s office said on Monday no proposals have been submitted.