Tag: scooters

Police investigate fourth scooter crash

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] The city’s fourth reported scooter crash occurred on Saturday, according to a news release. The incident occurred at the intersection...

Your Views: Who is liable in scooter accidents?

To the editor: There’s been a lot of talk recently about the use of e-scooters. Typically, the focus is on who uses the scooters and...

Our View: Policing scooters should not fall to residents

“We have been very clear from the beginning of the pilot that residents should contact the companies,” Yon Lambert, director of the Department of...

Your Views: Union Street is a chaotic mess

To the editor: We are all in favor of a vibrant city life, but if you could see from your windows what we see on...

Scooters in Alexandria Part 5: State bill regulates e-scooters

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Since the early days of Alexandria’s e-scooter pilot program, voices of opposition have called for more regulation of the vehicles and their...

Mo Seifeldein calls for suspension of scooters

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Councilor Mo Seifeldein is calling for the temporary suspension of the city’s e-scooter pilot program, according to a June 20...

Your Views: Cars are worse than scooters

To the editor: I would like to respond to the Alexandria Times’ series on the scooter pilot program. The subtitle of the third article in the...

Your Views: Alexandria has a problem with electronic scooters

To the editor: I imagine that you have received dozens of letters about the scooters in Old Town, but I thought I’d add my voice...

Our View: E-scooters and safety are contradictions

The kindest phrase we can find to describe the city’s transportation philosophy – which purportedly prioritizes safety – is “wildly contradictory.” The schizophrenic approach to...

Scooters in Alexandria Part 4: City’s scooter pilot aims to hold...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] With most school years coming to an official end this month, summer will likely be the busiest and most demanding...