Friday, January 10, 2020

Kansas City E-Scooters Earn Accolades From Hipsters & Officials Despite Industry Decline

The E-scooter trend isn't sustainable.

The fad backed up by venture capital is already starting to fade. This week Lime pulled out of cities across the globe and is now drastically cutting its workforce.

Moreover, regulatory rules and growing scooter injuries are causing more reasonable transit enthusiasts to rethink the tech.

Sadly, report mostly focuses on the upside . . . Checkit:

KC releases numbers that show popularity of shared scooters, bikes

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Electric scooters like Bird have become enormously popular. Now, we know just how many people are using them thanks to brand new data from the city. On Thursday, KCTV5's Nathan Vickers explained how many people joined the flock and what that means for public safety.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Says the hipster with a man bun! What a joke! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

^^says the geezer with a dead wife! Loser! hahahahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

Ramp up the Killer Shitty hype and bullshit.

Anonymous said...

It's called a twat knot.

Anonymous said...

Embrace the SLie's, embrace the data.

Anonymous said...

OMG It's THE BEANS!

Anonymous said...

KCMO has become good at legitimizing every lousy financial (and other) mistake with puff pieces like this.

Anonymous said...

Beanstones, it's the Beanstones, have a yabba dabba doo da..

Anonymous said...

His name is DuRon, seriously, DuRon. That alone says enough about him, or his parents if he was given that name.

Anonymous said...

Another Vibrant and Cutting Edge KCMO transportation program Designed By Clowns, Who Are Supervised By Monkeys.

Anonymous said...

8:24 awww chimpy, so lonely today at the zoo? What’s a matter little chimpy, got no visitors to throw monkey doo at? Poor baby!

Hyperblogal said...

Like, after our 25 million visitors annually factoid, I'm going to believe this.