One of the most important and divisive transportation trends of 2019, dockless scooters have taken U.S. cities by storm. Kristin Musulin, senior editor for Smart Cities Dive, breaks down the positives, problems and possibilities (1:04). In today’s Origin Story, we hear from Greg Kuklinski about how his love for civil engineering goes all the way back to his days in the crib (10:34). And in a particularly insightful round of Member Memos, we go further down the scooter rabbit hole (14:20). Listen to the episode below, and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.
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