The popularity of e-bike subsidies doesn't mean these programs are creating more e-bike riders.
The company scored 445 points on the city's checklist—one fewer point than a company that did receive a permit.
Substantial numbers of people returning to work, but avoiding the buses and trains that took them there, could see urban travel speeds grind to a halt.
New York's New Budget: No Legal Weed, No Fracking, No Flavored Vapes, No Police Transparency. But You Get E-scooters!
If only everybody weren’t stuck in their homes.
Strict scooter regulations are a loss for choice and mobility.
What happened to me could have happened to a cyclist or pedestrian. Blame cars, not scooters.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation's data-sharing requirements for dockless mobility companies have been criticized for invading users' privacy and violating state law.
The city's Board of Supervisors has proposed creating an Office of Emergent Technology to regulate new inventions using public spaces.
The coroner's declaration is a cruel twist of the knife.
Both companies say the city's restrictions are too burdensome to stay.
The accidental criminal penalties in Baltimore's proposed scooter bill reveal the problems with the default criminalization of code violations.
Portland and D.C.'s treatment of electric scooters undermines the cities' own goals.
New California Lawsuit Accuses Electric Scooter Companies of 'Negligence,' 'Abetting Assault,' and Inciting 'Civil Unrest'
The class action suit demands Bird and Lime cease operations in the state of California.
San Francisco Is About to Let Electric Scooters Back on the Streets. But One Scooter Company Isn't Happy.
Scooter giant Lime claims the city's permitting process was biased and arbitrary.