The “uber” impact of e-scooters on Canadian municipalities
In June 2019, Montreal became the first Canadian city to permit shared electric bicycles, which marks the beginning of the next wave of Canadian municipalities’ integration of new technology platforms into their transportation networks. Traditional bicycle sharing systems exploded in popularity across the globe a decade ago and the shared-bicycle’s electric powered counterparts – the shared electric bike and shared electric scooter – are the next frontier.
An electric scooter or “e-scooter” is the electric
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