Much is being said about shared, dockless, electric scooters —mainly, how cities will deal with them as their popularity grows. One city is taking a crack at it.

San Francisco last week passed regulations that will govern the vehicles, with specific limits on who can establish fleets, how many scooters they can have, and who will review and adjust the system on a schedule during the next year. It remains to be seen if this will work, but other cities are watching carefully to be sure.

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