Family Of CBS2 Reporter Nina Kapur Takes Legal Action Against Driver, Revel And New York City For Fatal Moped AccidentNina's uncle spoke with CBS2 on behalf of her parents. They are still too emotionally broken to express their pain, but are sending a powerful message through the legal system.
New York City Council Passes Legislation On Moped Share RegulationsThe moped safety and oversight bill prohibits the operation of a moped sharing company without the city Department of Transportation's approval.
New York City Council Considering Bill Requiring Shared Moped Companies To Implement More Safety PrecautionsThis summer, the ride-share company Revel shut down service for two weeks following the deaths of three riders, including CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
Police: 82-Year-Old Woman Suffers Critical Injuries After Being Struck By A Revel Scooter In ManhattanA food truck worker who saw the aftermath of the accident told CBS2 it was a very sad scene.
NYPD: Thieves Stealing Parts From Revel Scooters Parked On City StreetsThe NYPD says people have been stealing parts from Revel mopeds around the city.
Revel Moped Representatives To Meet With NYC DOT Over Safety ConcernsRevel mopeds returned to New York City streets last month after they were pulled following three fatalities, including the death of CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
Seen On Video: SUV Leaves Scene After Hitting Woman On Revel MopedSurveillance video shows a white SUV hit the 33-year-old rider. The impact tosses her into the street.
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.
Revel Expected To Announce Plans To Return To NYC StreetsRevel was pulled from the streets of New York City in July after three deaths, including CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
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 Now Requires Safety Training, Helmet Selfies On AppRevel shut down its service in New York City in July but continues to operate in Miami, Washington and San Francisco.
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."