NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -- Officials in Newport are expected to reconsider this week a decision that banned pedaled cabs in the city.

The City Council several weeks ago refused to issue licenses to two businesses that operate the vehicles, which are known as pedicabs and are seen in some cities as popular modes of transportation.

Council members are expected to revisit their decision at their meeting Wednesday night. City Manager Edward Lavallee says he has a list of conditions that would be imposed on the pedicab businesses. He's reviewed the conditions with public safety officials.

The restrictions include a midnight curfew, a limit of 12 pedicab license and a ban on traveling two of the city's most popular downtown streets.