To make it inclusive and to improve experience for people with disabilities, I don't think a blanket prohibition on fully self-powered mobility devices in bike lanes is necessary. We want to cut down on heavy, fast and noisy vehicles.
Fully-powered without pedal assist in bike lanes is fine for this:
and not for this
In the Netherlands, these vehicles are allowed to use cycle paths if you have a disability:
We want to cut down on heavy, fast and noisy vehicles.
Exactly my point.
Which is why the only restrictions should be on weight, noise, emissions and speed.
It shouldn't matter whether the vehicle has a throttle or pedals, just if it's not too heavy, fast, noisy and doesn't pollute.
It sounds to me like you just don't like the scooter people in Toronto