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Electric scooters are battery-powered stand-up scooters that are classified as a form of micro-mobility. These scooters are generally designed with a large deck in the center on which the rider stands.

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Lime is not alone anymore. Bird and Spin, two electric scooter operators, have been approved by the City’s electric scooter pilot program to hit the streets of Milwaukee. Read more

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Mayor Barrett issued a stern warning about sidewalk use last week. Read more

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Electric scooters have returned to Milwaukee (via Lime so far) and are raising questions on their presence in the city. Read more

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Lime electric scooters hit the streets of Milwaukee Tuesday. Read more

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Those electric scooters everyone is talking about are coming soon. Read more

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The bipartisan measure says that scooters must weigh less than 100 pounds and be kept to 15 mph or less. Read more

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At Wednesday morning's Public Works Committee meeting Alderman Bob Bauman put forward an ordinance that allows the city to impound scooters located on public property, including sidewalks. Read more

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A Milwaukee County Circuit Court hearing between the City of Milwaukee and electric scooter share company Bird Rides Inc. has been delayed and moved to federal court. Read more

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A number of black, electric scooters popped up throughout the Third Ward this morning. These scooters are from Bird, a dockless, electric-scooter share company based out of Santa Monica, Calif. Read more

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Lime, a service offering dockless bikeshare and electric scooters, has brought both benefits and headaches to cities across the country. They now want to set up shop in Milwaukee. Read more

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