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Shared electric scooters probably won't return to SF until August
2018-07-19T23:34:53Z - Megan Rose Dickey / TechCrunch
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is still reviewing the 12 applications from companies to operate electric scooters in the city. In early June, companies like Uber, Lime, Bird, Lyft and others applied for permits to operate electric scooter-share services in San Francisco. The city will allow no more than 2,500 electric scooters on the streets at any one time. Despite the standstill in San Francisco, scooter companies are moving full force ahead, snatching up venture funding and partnering with larger players. That came shortly after electric scooter startup Bird raised a $300 million round led by Sequoia Capital.

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