Scoot is the fastest, most affordable, and most fun way to get around the city. With hundreds of smartphone-activated electric motorbikes parked all over SF, you can get almost anywhere in the city in 15 minutes for just $3.
Bird, Uber and Lyft get another chance to apply for electric scooter permits in SF
TechCrunch - Aug 1, 2019
Startups Weekly: The scooter cash desert
TechCrunch - Jun 22, 2019
Bird confirms acquisition of Scoot
TechCrunch - Jun 12, 2019
Sources: Bird is in talks to acquire scooter startup Scoot
TechCrunch - Jun 5, 2019
Skip is way more popular than Scoot in San Francisco
TechCrunch - Apr 15, 2019
Investor Frenzy for Scooter Startups Cools
Wall Streets Journal - Dec 9, 2018
What to expect from the return of electric scooters in SF
TechCrunch - Oct 13, 2018
Laurene Powell Jobs And The Other 56 Richest Women In America 2018
Forbes - Oct 3, 2018
Location marketing platform Uberall raises further $25M and acquires competitor Navads
TechCrunch - Sep 6, 2018
SF and Santa Monica are expected to award official permits to e-scooter companies today
TechCrunch - Aug 30, 2018
- Michael Keating, Founder & Chief Executive Officer
- Stephen Rodriguez, Vice President of Growth
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