I disagree with the city of Cleveland’s immediate reaction to the new powered scooters in town. Is there more to learn about them? Sure, but we should approach them with an open mind and be proactive about how they can work with and compliment our transportation system.— Kerry McCormack (@KerryMcCormack1) August 11, 2018
sadly, @CityofCleveland pulled them from city streets. seems like a knee-jerk reaction and more of the old backward thinking that cars reign supreme.....despite being the biggest safety hazard on roads... @ODOT_Cleveland let's bring them back and sort out how best to use them. https://t.co/DGb6WIJ0qC— Sam McNulty (@SamMcNultyCLE) August 11, 2018
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