PORTLAND,Ore.– After a four month break part two of a pilot project begins today bringing 2,500 E-scooters with it. PBOT says by January as many as 9,000 E-scooters could be available to rent.
This time around the city has asked that E-scooter providers have more of them placed on the Eastside. E-Scooter companies have been asked to have a plan in place to distribute helmets. KXL talked with some of you about this alternative mode of transportation . Many of you say they’re dangerous to riders and pedestrians. Others are happy to seem them come back because they’re a cheap easy way to get around town.