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The Micromobility Coalition Responds to New York Governor Cuomo’s Veto of E-Scooter Legislation

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WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition, issued the following statement in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s veto of a bill that would have authorized the use of e-scooters and e-bikes throughout the state of New York:

“It is disappointing that Governor Cuomo’s veto will delay New Yorkers from having access to convenient, affordable, eco-friendly transportation choices. The new year will provide a new opportunity to keep New York transportation moving forward. Hopefully, the Governor will once again include legislation to authorize e-scooters and e-bikes in his budget proposal, and all parties involved can work together to quickly pass and sign smart, broadly supported, bipartisan legislation into law.”

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The Micromobility Coalition works to improve the quality of life across the United States by promoting access to personal transportation options that reduce traffic, create cleaner and quieter communities, and make it easier for people to safely get where they want to go. To learn more, visit



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