More and more people are turning to what some call “Tiny Vehicles” for their commute to work or short errands.
These electric-powered unicycles, scooters, skateboards, and folding bikes are the perfect alternative to getting in a car, hunting for parking, and adding greenhouse gasses to the environment.
Many combine them with mass-transit, making the trip from the train to the office shorter than a bus ride and less sweaty than a bike ride.
Benjamin Schneider of The Atlantic’s Citylab tells us why we should take these silly vehicles seriously.
GUEST: Benjamin Schneider, Editorial Fellow at The Atlantic's CityLab
Electric scooters might revolutionize urban transport-if it wasn’t for stupid humans (WaPo)
Electric-scooter companies conquer with a simple strategy: Act first, answer questions later (WaPo)
Have A Go (tiny vehicles website)