WATCH: CBS2 Puts Revel's New Safety Measures To The TestThursday marks one week since the controversial Revel mopeds returned to city streets.
Revel Is Back On NYC Streets, With Enhanced Safety ProtocolsPrior to the shutdown, about 2,000 riders had accounts suspended due to lawless behavior.
New Legislation Would Require More Oversight Of Shared Moped Companies Like RevelThe chairman of the City Council's Transportation Committee is introducing legislation that would require more oversight over shared moped companies like Revel.
Following Deadly Accidents, Revel Makes Changes And Hopes To Be Back On New York City Streets SoonMayor Bill de Blasio is reviewing a plan from moped-sharing company Revel to make a return to city streets
Revel Suspends New York City Service After 2nd Rider Killed In Queens CrashPolice said 32-year-old Jeremy Malave, of Ridgewood, was killed around 3:15 a.m. Tuesday on Woodhaven Boulevard near 67th Drive in Rego Park, Queens.
First On CBS2: Congressman Calls On Mayor, Governor To Suspend Revel's Operations In NYCRep. Adriano Espaillat says the company is "notorious for it lackadaisical requirements, user training and compliance."
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.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Pays Tribute To CBS2 Reporter Nina KapurNina passed away over the weekend after an accident on a rented scooter. She was 26.
Remembering Nina Kapur: CBS2 Pays Tribute To Our Colleague And FriendNina joined the station last year, blessing us with her light and love for telling stories.
CBS2 Reporter Nina Kapur Dies Following Moped AccidentReporter Nina Kapur joined the team in June 2019 and was known for her contagious smile and love for storytelling.
'Stand Up To Violence' Battles Rising Gun Violence, Looks To Provide MentorshipA local organization called Stand Up To Violence is looking to provide guidance and mentorship to those impacted by gun violence in New York.
Consumers Participate In 'Blackout Day' To Support Black-Owned BusinessesHempstead is one of the many towns around the country observing "Blackout Day" to support black-owned businesses.
Salvation Army Of Greater New York Provides Kids With 'Camp In A Box'The Salvation Army of Greater New York is getting creative in providing kids across the state the opportunity to enjoy virtual camp after activities at Star Lake Camp were canceled for the summer.
NYC Teens Get Creative To Give Back And Connect During Coronavirus ShutdownAs CBSN New York’s Nina Kapur reports, they are not letting their charitable spirit get burnt out by coronavirus – instead, using it to help others.
New York Teens Start 'Kind Words USA' Initiative To Send Handwritten 'Thank You' Notes To Health Care WorkersAlong with a friend from Chicago, New York teens Herman Bikoko and Henry Barrera have mailed more than 300 thank-you cards to 10 hospitals across the country.