Micromobility On Campus
Bird at SDSU
Designated parking locations (nests) can be found throughout campus. Scooters and bicycles must be parked in designated nests to end rides.
Bird Scooters & Bikes Around Campus
1. Find a Bird nearby
- You can use the SDSU Interactive Map to find the nearest nest location
- You can use the Bird app to find the closest device.
- Devices may be reserved up to 30 minutes in advance
2. Scan the QR code
- Once you find a device, scan the QR code on your mobile device and activate.
3. Park in a designated nest location
- Park in a designated nest location and end your ride
- If you are parking your Bird on campus, your device must be parked within a designated nest in order to end your ride.
- Unlock monthly passes available for $5.00/mo. (grants free unlocks on all Birds).
- No monthly pass? - Pay as little as $.50 cent to unlock your Bird on campus.
- Per minute charge of .34 cents.
- Seamless rides from on to off-campus locations.
- Average ride 6 min ride on campus costs riders just $1.79! ($0.34 cents * 6 min with (-$0.25 off for parking correctly), no unlock fee (with a monthly unlock pass) and a (-.25) helmet selfie).
- $.25 off your ride for parking correctly.
- $.25 cents off your ride for taking a helmet selfie.
- Free Helmets supplied by BIRD via the Bird app.
- Admission Department ride credits for visitors!
- Discount and Low-Income Student Membership Programs: Bird Community Pricing offers 50% off rides across low-income, veterans, students, teachers, senior citizens and select community and non-profit groups.
- Share the campus! Be mindful of pedestrians and other riders
- One rider per scooter
- Wear a helmet
- Stay off sidewalks
- Sober riding is safe riding
- Additional riding tips can be found in Bird’s Beginner Guide
Should you like to request a device be moved or wish to register a complaint, please contact Bird directly at: [email protected]
Consumers Advocate Organization is an available resource for those that may seek added insurance protection when riding e-scooters.
Riding on City Streets: The San Diego Municipal Code and the California Vehicle Code require that all scooter riders obey the law. When riding a scooter on city streets, please note that riding on a sidewalk is prohibited.