- Date: 11/10/2020
The number of micromobility trips grew 62% from 2018 to 2019 due to the large increase in scooter trips. Shared…
As part of Seattle’s electric powered scooter-share program, micromobility company Wheels is deploying seated scooters around the city.
Wheels says the seated riding position provides a more stable and safer ride to serve more people and those who might be wary of trying a stand-up scooter. The scooters also have large, 14-inch tires that help create a smooth ride over uneven surfaces.
Have more mobility news that we should be reading and sharing? Let us know! Reach out to Kirby Wilhelm (firstname.lastname@example.org).