Santa Monica tells scooter companies: OK, you can stay -- but there are new rules

Los Angeles Times 

The pilot proposed by city staffers had called for an initial cap of 1,500 scooters across the entire city, with the option to increase that cap to 2,250. Cities such as San Francisco and Austin, Texas, have implemented scooter caps as part of their pilot programs. But the cap was a point of contention during the meeting, with council members Gleam Davis and Terry O'Day expressing concern that such limitations would encourage scooter companies to deploy their devices only in high-density areas, leaving outlying residential parts of Santa Monica without access to the scooters.

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