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Vojtěch Benedikt Jul 17
Lady Florence Norman on her scooter - year 1916.
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Smart Mobility Jul 17
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Rebecca Henderson Jul 16
. would like us to know that they are preparing for “traffic collapse” with a range of solutions. Great PR or a farsighted leap to the next paradigm? Only time will tell…
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Andy Boenau 1h
"We don't have different parking spaces for every brand car, so why do that with scooters?" Colin Roche
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@JackCory 2h
The Blue Duck is Flying in Miami Beach today Council Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee Meeting.
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Max Nathanson 13h
A clear and interesting commentary of how, despite its promises, presents a classic tragedy of the commons issue, as well as distributional consequences yet to be resolved.
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Goodpatch Europe 3h
has left cities asking: “How do you build something that can work for whatever the next device is, whether it’s something that moves on the ground or in the sky?” 🤔 Will be able to adapt to ever-changing ?
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Oxford Urbanists 22h
Even though is a great innovation that can help cities fill the last mile gap, it can lead to a tragedy of the commons scenario. Lessons from to by . Check it out!
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suraj singh Jul 20
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HEREMobility Jul 15
What type of do you utilize? 🚲🛴🛵
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Helbiz 2h
t's time to update the right-of-way laws in the UK, including one from 1835 that bans electric scooters from public roads. With safety as a top priority, let's legalize electric scooters!
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Regina Clewlow 🚃🛴🚲 Jul 19
Replying to @ReginaClewlow
The concepts of active management aren’t crazy. I just hope we don’t kill just to make room for autonomous vehicles. Regulation is necessary, but over regulating bike and scooter co’s to the point where they could implode would be the biggest tragedy of all.
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David Shakory 18h
Uber is testing a new subscription pass that combines Uber rides, UberEats, bikes and scooters for $25/month. I hope this passes the pilot phase, you’d have me as a subscriber!
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David Winterstein Jul 15
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Andy Boenau Jul 17
Q: Does your have curbside management rules that were written within the last 2 years? I'll be sharing poll results and your commentary next week during .
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Christopher Lloyd 15h
Saving lots of time with vs walking but the brakes are consistently not so good
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Zagster 23h
Missed the webinar on ? Here is your chance to listen to the recording. Let's dig into what’s next for scooters, the sustainability of a shared model, unit economics & more.
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Ito World Jul 22
. now displays bike-sharing locations in 24 cities with the support of
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Senator Luis Sepúlveda 22h
Had lots of fun trying out demo e-bike this afternoon. These efficient bikes are already spreading throughout the Bronx. Check your Uber app to see if you can rent one close by! 🚲
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Alex Rixey Jul 22
Thanks, : "Had we known we would have so many people on , we would have designed our roads differently." Ped/Bike cmte. is developing a Design Practitioner's Guide to help!
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