Shared mobility use in Santa Monica has plummeted, according to a recent report that also found that nearly half of riders make over $100,000 a year. Hmm. Weird… Source: Shared Mobility Plummets in Santa Monica – SM Mirror
Bird sued the city of Beverly Hills on Thursday, seeking to overturn a six-month ban on rental scooters that the local city council approved in July. — Read on http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-bird-beverly-hills-20181101-story.html
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Broken water main! Avoid San Vicente at 19th.
Not just because they are a safety menace, but because they let tech bros zip past the actually troubling parts of urban life, like encampments of homeless people. — Read on http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-jackson-bird-scooter-20180515-story.html
For as long as I can remember, this Food Truck Alley has been a one-way thoroughfare. This change may alleviate some of the traffic congestion at the intersection of Stewart and Olympic Boulevard.… Read More Penn Ave Converting to Two-way Traffic
No helmet? That’s a ticket. The Santa Monica Police Department has officially started cracking down on the city’s 30,000 Bird subscribers via Bird lovers tweet as tickets ruffle feathers | Santa Monica Daily Press
Not sure this will answer any questions, but I’ve decided to repost some videos that may help clarify some things…
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