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BANGKOK: Sakoltee Phattiyakul, deputy Bangkok governor, presided over the opening ceremony of the “Bangkok Car Free Day 2019” in front of CentralWorld shopping mall near the Rajdamri intersection.
In March, Joe Hollingsworth hopped on a Lime scooter and zipped across the campus of North Carolina State University. At the end of the ride, a message appeared on the screen: “Your ride was carbon free.”
With the wind rushing through their hair, they zip past on bikes, electric scooters and mono-wheels, effortlessly passing lines of hot-and-bothered drivers stuck in the endless Paris traffic.
Electric scooters promised to revolutionise transportation in Latin America’s traffic-clogged, smog-choked cities, but critics say they have only added to the free-wheeling chaos.
They appeared in June last year as Paris was waking up from its annual all-night Festival of Music: hundreds of green-and-black electric scooters dotting the pavements of the capital.
PARIS (Reuters) - A 25-year-old man on an electric scooter has died after being hit by a van in Paris in the first deadly collision with a vehicle since they appeared on the streets of the French capital a year ago.
A ride-hailing car swoops into the right lane, double parks and a passenger thrusts open the door as he prepares to jump out. The door strikes a passing bicyclist, throwing her onto the pavement.
A year ago, Bird Rides Inc was flying high – and Silicon Valley was betting that it would keep on climbing.
The Paris region wants to boost the number of people who cycle to work by investing in new cycle lanes and infrastructure and a subsidised electric bike rental scheme.
The Atlanta City Council is pushing for new regulations on electric scooters that they hope will lead to more safety requirements for the popular – but some say dangerous – mode of urban transportation.