Source: Bisnow

Chicagoans in much of the city were greeted Saturday with the sight of electric scooters darting along streets and sidewalks, as the city debuted a new transportation option that complements Divvy Bikes and ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft.
The four-month pilot program was approved by former Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration shortly before he left office in May. Until Oct. 15, people across 50 square miles on the West, Northwest and Southwest sides of the city can between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. unlock one of thousands of scooters with an app on their phone. After reaching their destination, riders don’t…


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