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Tulsa drops proposal to regulate electric scooter users' age


November 3, 2019

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa was all abuzz a year ago when word got out that Lime would be bringing its electric scooters to town, and the buzz hasn't subsided since.

Lime came to town in late October 2018, followed soon after by Bird, and the city landscape was changed forever. The numbers tell the story: a combined 139,990 unique users and 606,768 trips.

"I think the use and the continued sustained use of them is pretty remarkable," Nick Doctor, the city's chief of community development and policy, told the Tulsa World. "They were such a new technology and cities across the country had suc...

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