San José

How Can We Regulate Shared Micro-Mobility?

Photo by Flickr user aaron_anderer.

In recent years, cities have been swarmed by the arrival of micro-mobility devices such as electric scooters on our streets and sidewalks. Many of these devices have been provided by companies rushing to capture users in a rapidly growing market, but micro-mobility is expanding faster than municipalities can create a regulatory framework to manage it. Come learn how cities like San Jose are dealing with the impacts of these new transportation modes.

+ John Brazil / San Jose Department of Transportation
+ Ryan Smith / San Jose Department of Transportation


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