Study: How Low-Income People Really Use Micromobility
Shared bikes and scooters are meeting low-income people's basic mobility needs — but they're not being subsidized like it.
Enforcement of Illegal Batteries — and, Apparently, Mopeds — Starts on Saturday
The city says it will send out inspectors this weekend to begin enforcement of a new law prohibiting the sale of uncertified lithium-ion power cells.
The Moped Crisis — An Analysis: The City Needs a Systemic Fix, Justice for Workers and Accountability by Tech Giants
Mayhem — and, more accurately, the perception of mayhem — on the streets of the city is provoking a new backlash against delivery workers. But are poor workers really the ones to blame?
City to Expand Scooter Share to Eastern Queens
All three of the scooter-share companies that have been providing service in The Bronx since 2021 will be part of a massive expansion of the program into transit-deprived areas of eastern Queens, the Department of Transportation announced on Thursday.
Opinion: Why We Should Stop Using the Word ‘Micromobility’
When we hear any word with the prefix “micro,” we intuitively understand that it refers to something not just small, but smaller than the norm.
Is It Time for America to Break Up With the Private Car? An Interview with Lime’s Wayne Ting
Between 42,000 crash deaths a year and rising tailpipe emissions that are swiftly killing the planet, America's long love affair with the privately-owned car hasn't exactly been a healthy relationship. Now, one micromobility company is sending a message to riders that it's time to break up — even if their cities aren't perfectly ridable yet.