E-Scooter Operators Line Up to Dominate Streets of San FranciscoFour providers were granted permits to operate thousands of e-scooters within the city of San Francisco
San Francisco Could See 27,000 E-Scooters On Streets If All Applicants Are LicensedEleven e-scooter companies have applied for permits to operate in the city of San Francisco and each operator could add up to 2,500 scooters to the streets.
Stolen E-Scooters in San Jose Being Dumped Into Guadalupe RiverA San Jose man, known as "the river watchdog," said Thursday he has pulled nearly two dozen electric scooters from the Guadalupe River in just two days.
Scooter-Riding Oakland Thieves Nabbed in HollywoodPolice said Thursday that they've broken up a band of scooter-riding robbers from the Bay Area who busted into 40 cars over the weekend in Los Angeles.
San Jose Seeks Tighter Rules For Scooter Startups San Jose plans to work with electric scooter companies to address reports of injuries and impacted traffic caused by the mobile technology, the city reported Thursday.
Electric Scooters Make Return To San Francisco Streets Under Pilot ProgramPowered scooters returned to San Francisco streets Monday after months of hiatus as the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency reviewed and selected two companies to operate in the city.
Santa Clara County Writing New DUI Rules For Electric Scooter RidersThe city of San Jose, like many other communities, is in the middle of creating policies to regulate motorized scooters and bicycles. 
California Scraps Helmet Mandate for Motorized ScootersGov. Brown signed legislation Wednesday requiring helmets only for people under age 18 on motorized scooters.
Oakland City Council Approves Electric Scooter RegulationsThe Oakland City Council formally approved on Monday night an ordinance establishing regulations and requiring permits for shared dockless electric scooters.
Californians Could Ride Scooters Without Helmets Under BillCalifornians could ride motorized scooters without helmets under legislation headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Scooters Set On Fire, Thrown Into Ocean By People Fed Up With ClutterDockless scooters may be a free way to get around California, but many locals are allegedly choosing to destroy the shareable vehicles instead.