New York City Council Votes To Legalize E-Bikes, E-ScootersThe bill allows both to operate through the city's five boroughs.
Citi Bike Rolling Out Fleet Of E-Bikes Across NYCThe e-bikes will be available to rent at more than 900 bike stations around the city.
Demanding Answers: To Helmet Or Not To Helmet? New E-Bike Rules Renew A Look At The DataThe legislation requiring helmets for e-bike riders who go fasters than 25 mph is meeting with a mixed response.
Citi Bike Bringing Pedal-Assisted E-Bikes Back To NYC, Braking Problem Reportedly FixedCiti Bike's pedal-assisted bicycles were pulled due to safety concerns over issues with brakes and batteries.
New York Lawmakers Pass Bill Legalizing E-Bikes, E-ScootersE-bikes, and e-scooters are now legal in New York, but you won't be seeing scooter rental companies setting up shop in Manhattan any time soon.
New York Lawmakers Consider Bill To Legalize E-Bikes, E-ScootersElectric bikes, also known as e-bikes, could soon be sharing the roads in New York if a bill gets the votes needed to pass in Albany.
Lawmakers Reach Agreement To Make e-Bikes, Scooters Legal Across NYLawmakers managed to reach an agreement to make e-bikes and scooters legal across New York state.
Two Lawmakers Push To Legalize e-Bikes, Scooters In New YorkNew York is one of the last states that has yet to define and legalize e-bikes and scooters.
Citi Bike To Add 4,000 E-Bikes To NYC Rental FleetThe company is rolling out the new pedal-assist e-bikes starting Thursday and will add more as the weather gets warmer.
Controversial Plan To Legalize Motorized Bikes, Scooters In NYC Raises Safety ConcernsJust last year, Mayor de Blasio vowed to crack down on electric bikes which - along with motorized scooters - are currently illegal to operate in New York City.
CBS2 Investigates: 'E-Bikes' Being Sold, Rented In New York City Despite 11-Year-Old BanThe Big Apple has turned a blind eye to illegal sales of electric bicycles, a CBS2 investigation has found.
Mayor Bloomberg Expected To Sign E-Bike BanThe bikes are often used by delivery people and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said the new law plugs loopholes and totally bans electric bikes from the streets of New York.
Ask Asa: Determining The Legality Of E-BikesNew York City traffic has always been a challenge, and now anybody who tries to navigate it on a two-wheeled motorized bike may wind up with more trouble than they bargained for.