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LAST WEEK IN MICROMOBILITY
Double the fun: NACTO report finds US shared micromobility use more than doubled in 2018, largely driven by electric scooters. Not a huge surprise, considering they seem to be just about everywhere.
Turning bikelash into bikelove: Getting communities involved via crowdfunding and public engagement appears to help them embrace new biking infrastructure, instead of lashing out.
The case for e-bike subsidies: UC Davis study finds e-bikes help dramatically reduce car trips, making a strong case for incentives and subsidies.
Big bike-share bet: Chicago approves $50M expansion of its Divvy Bike Share program, looking to serve the entire city by 2021, create additional jobs, and boost city revenue.
Paint makes it worse? Alarming cycling infrastructure findings suggest painted bike lanes potentially decrease rather than improve rider safety.
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