Sidewalks: The Next Mobility Frontier

By Michele Satterlund (August 7, 2018, 3:55 PM EDT) -- From robots that deliver pizza to shared stand-up scooters, sidewalks are increasingly becoming a more integral part of how people and goods are transported. And while some cities are banning certain technologies from their sidewalks, other cities and states are taking a different approach — recognizing that the changing nature of technology has the power to expand mobility options and provide greater choices for how people and goods move.

In the United States, a sidewalk is, more often than not, regulated by the local municipality in which it is located, and it is not uncommon for the municipality to set rules...

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