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It’s been about a year since electric scooters came to D.C. Now, the city is taking what they’ve learned and moving forward with implementing new rules for e-scooters and e-bikes, like speed-limits and how many vehicles each company is allowed to deploy.
Cities in the DMV, like Alexandria, are also looking to the District as they start their own scooter pilot programs. What are the best practices for these two-wheelers, and how can the DMV best prepare for more scooters on the roads?
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