The study is a comprehensive look at drunk driving and ride-hailing companies and was just published online in JAMA Surgery.
Miami will add three miles of protected bike and scooter lanes on downtown corridors as part of a new program partially funded by fees on e-scooters.
The article mentions peer-to-peer car rental platform Turo as an alternative to scarce rental cars in Alaska.
The Arizona attorney general’s office is settling with the companies after its civil rights division filed charges that waiving these fees was discriminatory against non-Black owned restaurants.
The city is expanding a pilot that began in September 2020 with shared e-scooters operated by Spin.
This updated model features a number of accessibility and durability improvements, including a much longer battery life.
One concern is that the devices could pose a danger in bike lanes.
Fort Worth Bike Sharing has shown consistent growth during the past two years.
Ride-hailing prices have increased in recent weeks. Meanwhile, the supply of drivers remains limited. Some experts predict that swelling prices could push hesitant users back to public transit.
A new report details the work of the NYC Better Bike Share Partnership, a coalition that began in 2015 to expand the use of Citi Bike and shared micromobility among the minority residents of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood.