SCOOT OVER, BIKES: READY FOR THE NEXT TRANSIT REVOLUTION?

Just when you got used to Citi Bike, transit innovators are salivating over motorized scooters. There's an Uber-owned sharing service called Lime. One called Bird. And another, Spin. Four big questions: Will they be made legal? If so, will they roll in bike lanes or on sidewalks? Will riders get...

NY Daily News (Date:07/14/2018 08:06) Read full article >>

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