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A Lime scooter near the State Capitol building in Hartford. Photo by Michael Marciano.

You see them most everywhere now, the so-called dockless scooters, electric scooters and other two-wheelers available for rent, picked up off the street, ridden around town and then, in most cases, simply abandoned on the sidewalk or alongside the street. They are a big business, a big problem, and they both aid and impede transportation. The challenge is to put them in their place, and there is a solution.

To be more technical, here is the definition of a dockless scooter from an Atlanta law regulating them:

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