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Electric scooters like Lime’s and Bird’s sent more people to two Los Angeles emergency rooms than regular bikes, new study says
The most common scooter injuries were fractures, sprains, and head injuries, found this study.
A founder who survived the Chinese bike-sharing bubble is launching a scooter startup, and reckons it’s a $35 billion market
Dott is the latest venture-backed scooter company launching in Europe.
The newest perk for employees at this ‘Uber-for-helicopters’ startup is a free electric scooter sharing program
Blade is launching an electric scooter sharing pilot program for its Manhattan-based employees.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said some Tesla employees wanted the automaker to make an electric scooter, but he denied their request.
Toppled scooters, sidewalk riding, and illegal parking: Electric scooters have returned to San Francisco after being banned
The launch of a yearlong pilot program called to mind previous complaints of residents knocking over scooters, parking illegally, and riding on sidewalks instead of bike lanes.
US electric scooter startup Bird has just launched in Brussels. The company is quickly expanding across Europe in a bid to outgun well-funded rivals such as Lime, Uber, and Taxify.
Uber and Lyft just got locked out of one of the most important new businesses by San Francisco officials
San Francisco has selected two companies — Scoot and Skip — to operate dockless scooters as part of a one-year pilot program.
Uber and Lyft have won a key battleground in the electric scooter wars — and it’s a huge blow to the $2 billion startup that created the s...
In an effort to curb the onslaught of electric scooters, the city of Santa Monica, California, is moving to limit the number of companies that can operate dockless vehicles there. A memo reveals that city officials endorsed Lyft and Uber for permits, over dedicated scooter operators Bird and Lime.
A 183-year-old law created for horse-drawn carriages has frustrated Silicon Valley’s buzziest startups
Electric scooters are illegal on public UK streets and pavements, meaning Bird and its peers would be flouting the law if they tried to launch in Britain. And that's partly thanks to a 183-year-old act originally designed to stop nuisance behaviour from horse-drawn carriage drivers.