This study aims to measure the quality of shared scooter parking in Paris. Field surveys made it possible to identify all the e-scooters parked on public roads in the first eight arrondissements of Paris, to specify the parking location (sidewalks, bicycle racks, etc.) and to qualify the degree of inconvenience generated by the vehicle. The statistical and cartographic analyses made it possible to understand the different determinants of obtrusive e-scooter parking (geographical, temporal, etc.).
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