Kate Cagle

senior reporter, Santa Monica Daily Press

senior reporter, Santa Monica Daily Press

Kate Cagle on KCRW

We get an update on the scooter situation in Santa Monica. The City Council is launching a pilot scooter program, and they’re deciding which companies to award contracts to.

What’s next for the e-scooter sharing business in Santa Monica

We get an update on the scooter situation in Santa Monica. The City Council is launching a pilot scooter program, and they’re deciding which companies to award contracts to.

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