EUGENE, Ore. — Superpedestrian scooters have been in Eugene for just over four months, as the company conducts a 12-month pilot program in the city. Superpedestrian provides the scooters and manages the app used to unlock and pay for them. Locally, the maintenance and regulation of the scooters is managed by the city and Cascadia Mobility, a non-profit that picks up, charges and redistributes scooters around the city.

Read more here.