SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A battle is brewing over scooters in San Jose. The city met on Tuesday to talk about possible new rules.
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The new ordinance city councilmembers discussed would put a cap on how fast the e-scooters can go and also establish a set of fines for users who violate the rules-- including those who ride on sidewalks which is illegal under California state law.
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Some are saying e-scooters can help solve some mobility issues in the city, but the Mayor is hoping the council will approve this proposal.
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