In Wake Of Reporter Nina Kapur's Death, CBS2 Takes Closer Look At Prevalence And Safety Of Scooters In NYCDays before the tragedy, CBS2's news team discussed the prevalence of Revel scooters and concerns shared with us by viewers.
New York City Council Votes To Legalize E-Bikes, E-ScootersThe bill allows both to operate through the city's five boroughs.
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.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Vetoes Bill To Legalize E-Scooters In New YorkGovernor Andrew Cuomo has hit the brakes on e-scooters in New York, vetoing legislation that would have legalized dockless e-scooters and electric bikes statewide.
Elizabeth Ends Deal With Lime Days After Teen Dies In E-Scooter AccidentOn Tuesday, the city council voted unanimously to end its contract with Lime, after launching a pilot program at the beginning of November.
Hoboken Hires Officers To Crack Down On Bike, E-Scooter Riders Breaking Traffic LawsThe officers are being called Micro-Mobility Code Enforcement Officers.
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.
Hoboken Police, City Leaders Support Ordinance Boosting Fines For E-Scooter Traffic ViolationsHoboken's scooter-share program has gotten off to a shaky start, and Thursday, the city began cracking down on people breaking the law.
Hoboken's E-Scooter Program In Chaos After Just 3 Days, Streets Filled With Riders Breaking Traffic LawsCBS2 cameras caught people riding on the sidewalk, running red lights, and going the wrong way down one-way streets since the program started less than a week ago.