Saturday, 31 October, 2020
Update: Despite earlier denials, Lime announced December 24th that it was closing down its bikeshare in Seattle and pulling all its bikes by December 31st. Lime said it will return in the spring with scooters.
Meet Veemo, an electric assist vehicle that advertises itself as "bike share meets car share." From a legal and technical standpoint, Veemo is an electric assist tricycle, or e-trike, but Veemo also includes an enclosure to shield...
Excitement over Mayor Durkan's change of heart on scooter sharing created a festive atmosphere at a recent Seattle City Council event; however, details remain to be worked out before a scooter share pilot can be rolled...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yzU06-8Z7E Our own Senior Editor and Vision Zero reporter, Ryan Packer, made a recent guest appearance on Wheeltalk Seattle to talk all things bike.
While the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has a "New Mobility Playbook" touting trendy transportation options, it doesn't have a e-scooter program. We got a hint at why in Mayor Jenny Durkan's comments at Civic Cocktail last...
The Seattle City Council had an outsized agenda on Monday passing wide-ranging transportation and housing legislation. Banner legislation to set out a timeline for building the Basic Bike Network in the Center City and a permanent private bikeshare permit...
I really, really love bike share. They aren’t always where I need them but they are so convenient when they are. They save me from worrying about locking my bike up. From worrying about putting my bike on a...
Seattle’s dockless bikeshare program--with three privately-run operators so far--recently celebrated its first anniversary. One year in, Lime is clearly leading the pack. With buzz building and largely rave reviews, users had taken 1.4 million bikeshare rides across the three...