The Chicago Council on Global Affairs said the city should embrace micromobility, not just e-scooters, as it considers 2020 scooter pilot guidelines.
You've probably noticed more e-scooters taking up sidewalk space and zipping around neighborhoods. Prepare for even more.
In the past year, cities have been prompted to rapidly re-examine the management and regulation of transportation services due to the…
Under new city rules, every company with a permit to rent out scooters or shared bicycles must send data to transportation officials on every trip the vehicles make. That wouldn't include a ...
Lime unveils a new ‘donation module’ for charitable giving
Scooters are touted as a low-cost, clean form of transportation, yet their life span is far from sustainable — and their parts could pose a danger to recycling facilities.
Los Angeles streets are dotted with Skittles-colored scooters and e-bikes that have one thing in common: They’re electric, and they need juice.
Officials say figuring out how to collect data from transportation companies is the first step toward smarter cities
Can electric scooters really draw people out of their personal vehicles?
As shared-scooter companies race into new cities around the U.S., they are finding city officials emboldened to enact regulations that limit the companies’ rapid growth.
The abrupt arrival of thousands of electric scooters in Los Angeles last year has already forced public, sometimes ugly, disagreements about how the city's street and sidewalk space should ...
Cities have the upper hand this time.
Most cities felt powerless to extract concessions from Uber and Lyft. Now that scooters are here, they've learned their lesson—and toughened up.