The new rule targets areas such as tourist attractions, parks, schools and markets, Le Parisien reported on Monday.
At the initiative of the city administration, tests have already been carried out in the area of the Louvre Museum and some markets during the summer.
Rental companies in Paris’ 15,000 electric scooters have decided to expand “speed limits”.
The speed reduction is automatically set on scooters via GPS.
Once the scooter enters one of the designated areas, it slows down. For scooter users, the areas in question are displayed in rental company applications.
David Belliard, Paris City Hall’s transport adviser, told Le Parisien that the Seine cliffs and busy shopping areas are not yet covered by the speed limit.