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Annapolis scooter, e-bike program doesn’t include public housing, Truxtun Park, USNA and St. John’s College. Here’s why.

May 26, 2022

Annapolis unveiled pay-per-use Bird e-bikes and scooters last week as part of a micro-mobility program rollout to help people navigate the city in something other than a car while Noah Hillman Garage is under construction. A few days into its operation, some residents began questioning why parts of the city, including public housing communities, the Naval Academy and St. John’s College, and other private properties, weren’t included in the program.

Article Source: Capital Gazette

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