How will Cedar Rapids' new bike share program work?
CEDAR RAPIDS - Students with Iowa BIG, a project-based learning experience for high schoolers, had the first crack at the new e-bikes and e-scooters coming to Cedar Rapids and are crafting what they've learned into a series of educational and promotional videos to be released during the rollout of a bike share program later this month.
Fond du Lac bike share program to launch in spring: What to know
The first two years of the program will serve as a pilot, the city said, with ridership data determining whether the program continues.
After first year, midstate bike share programs see what attracts riders
Bike Riders take off from the back of the Pennsylvania Capitol Building as the Department of Transportation, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Department of Health and the Department of Labor & Industry joined other state and local officials in kicking off Bike to Work Week May 16-20 by announcing the launch of a new interactive mapping tool for BicyclePA routes. (Harrisburg) -- A…
Electric scooters will go before Long Beach City Council again. This is what officials will...
The head of the Public Works Department will suggest the council make scooters, currently operating under a pilot program, permanent, increase their numbers and add regulations.
Here’s what the new electric scooter law means for Sacramento and its sidewalks
Sacramento is rewriting its law to allow Bird, Lime and other electric-assist shared rental scooters to be used in the capital city. Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a law saying adult scooter riders do not have to wear helmets.
The invasion of the electric scooters is here: What you need to know
They're coming to a street near you this fall - hundreds, even thousands, of new electric scooters spread across San Francisco. Last month, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency awarded four e-scooter companies permits to rent the spindly motor devices under the next phase of its Powered Scooter Program. Jump, Lime, Scoot and Spin will initially be allowed to rent out 1,000 scooters each beginning Oct…
Pronto bike share will be gone soon, so what’s next?
City officials are negotiating with a new bike-share company that provides electric bikes.
How Knoxville's electric scooters work
Business reporter Brenna McDermott demonstrates Knoxville's new electric scooters. Zagster is launching up to 250 Spin scooters in Knoxville.
Electric scooters may return to Norfolk next spring, but only if they play by the city's rules
During a City Council work session Tuesday afternoon, a city employee recommended a dockless scooter pilot program to council members that could begin next spring.
Should Detroit restrict electric scooters? Ban them outright? Or just enjoy the ride?
Electric scooter sharing services like Bird and Lime have gotten popular in Detroit - but what's next for the zippy, controversial devices?
Iowa lawmakers consider e-scooter rules as Cedar Rapids weighs including them in bike share
A bill moving through the Iowa House transportation committee would regulate electric scooters before they pop up in cities around Iowa including Cedar Rapids, which is considering offering the device as part of its planned bike share fleet.
As electric scooters return to the streets, safety questions emerge
More than 4,000 scooters are expected to hit Twin Cities streets this summer — double the number from last year.
Here’s how they roll: The electric scooter phenomenon at a glance
Are they a trendy, convenient way to catch a quick ride? Or a public nuisance getting in the way your walk, your drive or your business?
No, you should not ride electric scooters on the highway
Scooters may be allowed on the streets, but that doesn’t mean riders should take to the highways.
Electric scooters are set to return to Milwaukee, but for how long?
Bird's controversial electric scooters are set to make their return to Milwaukee streets, but this time the city is calling the shots.
Cities grappling with how to deal with electric scooters
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Overnight in dozens of cities across the U.S., the electric scooters arrive, often without warning to public officials, parked along sidewalks and ready to be taken for a spin with a few taps on a smartphone It's not long before they attract attention - and it's not always positive: Lawsuits and cease-and-desist orders have sometimes followed the arrival of California-based companies Bird Rides…
Bird electric scooters: What you need to know
Electric scooters showed up in Cincinnati on Thursday. Here's what you need to know.
Electric scooter rules approved by Atlanta City Council
The electric scooters that have flooded Atlanta streets in recent months are speeding toward regulation – including a ban on sidewalk riding and a new permit system — after the City Cou…
Dunwoody begins talks on how to handle electric scooters
Electric scooters that have flooded the streets and sidewalks of Atlanta and Buckhead are likely to make their way to Dunwoody and Perimeter Center soon, but how and if Dunwoody regulates them is s…
Electric scooters have hit Sacramento: Are they safe? Legal? Here’s what you need to know
Jump, an Uber-owned company, introduced the first 100 rentable electric scooters in Sacramento and West Sacramento on Friday. Here’s where to find them and how to ride.