As e-scooter reform looms, another option (with seats and baskets) is bound for Atlanta

Another e-scooter provider is poised to plop down a couple hundred two-wheelers in Atlanta at a precarious time for the e-scooter biz.

In July, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms enacted a moratorium on dockless mobility device permitting in the wake of a spate of e-scooter-related fatalities.

But Texas-based Boaz Bikes had filed its paperwork and was licensed to bring 200 vehicles to the city in June, prior to the crackdown.

The operator’s bright blue e-scooters are expected to make their local debut on Wednesday, founder Emil Nnani tells Curbed Atlanta.