LEADERSHIP THERE ISCONSIDERING THE BAN ONDOCKLESS SCOOTERS EVEN THOUGHTHE CITY DOESN'T HAVE ANY.WPTV NEWSCHANNEL 5'S ANDREWLOFHOLM IS LIVE WITH ONECOMMISSIONER NOT LIKELYSUPPORT THE MOVE.
ANDREW?YOU MIGHT HAVE SEEN THEMBEFORE, VISITING A PLACE LIKEWASHINGTON DC OR SANFRANCISCO, ON AN APP, YOU CANLOCATE ONE PARKED REALLYANYWHERE AND THEN, CONNECT TOIT AND HOP ON.
WHEN YOU'REDONE PARK IT AND GO ABOUT YODA<<Supporters say they're aclean, efficient way to getaround a downtown area.(Richard Pau━Hus/ Supportsdockless scooters) 19:24:21"Fantastic mobility option forlast mile kind of activities."Detractors say they anuisanc━they can often clogsideways after riders leftthem there.
There's even anInstagram dedicated to theirdemise.
(Nat from Instagramvideo) And city's arestruggling to regulate them.Like safety: this mom anddaughter, who weren't wearinghelmets, were hurt near sandiego when they crashed.
Eventhough they aren't here yet,Delray is looking at followingcities like Milwakee orrecently Hollywood Florida inbanning dockless scootersoutright.
18:28:08 "For me, Ithink we're going a little toofar." Ryan Boylston a DelrayBeach commissioner agrees thatthere should be safetymeasures in place, likerequiring them in bike lanesand wearing helmets, butsuggests the city follows theSan Francisco model, which hadoriginally banned them, andare now slowly bringing itback.AS OF RIGHT NOW THE ITEM IS ONTHE AGENDA FOR TOMORROW INIT'S FIRST READING.
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