David Richter, chief business officer of Lime (Credit: Getty Images; David Richter photo via LinkedIn)E-scooters could mean a boost in real estate values in congested U.S. cities.This is the assertion of David Richter, the chief business officer at e-scooter startup Lime, which has deployed thousands of scooters in cities across the country.Speaking at a conference hosted by Fortune Tuesday, Richter said that the rise of e-scooters, coupled with an increase in bicycle use and ride-sharing, could drive down traffic from traditional car use.In turn, urban planners could redesign neighborhoods with fewer parking spaces and less traffic, which could increase the value of real estate, Richter said, according to Fortune. Another panelist, Ken Washington, the chief technology officer of Ford, reportedly said that in San Jose, California, some new developments were being built without parking garages, as city planners focus on decongestion.ADVERTISEMENTThe e-scooter craze has drawn significant investment. Lime, which has raised $765 million, is now is available in 100 U.S. cities and 27 international cities. In February, the San Francisco-based startup raised $310 million in a series D funding round that valued the firm at $2.4 billion. That round was led by Bain Capital Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Fidelity Ventures.But not everyone is cheering on the wave of e-scooters. In Los Angeles, a city council advisory board imposed a voluntary ban on Lime and another firm, Bird, from deploying more scooters while it determined regulations around their use. Some residents there complained about the scooters being parked haphazardly or being used on sidewalks. [Fortune] — David Jeans This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now
Recommended Posts Sign in to follow this Forums Home IndianapolisCubs2009 Share this post 0 SportsLogos.Net News Sports Logo News Posted April 3, 2019 × SL.N News Sign in to follow this Posted April 3, 2019 1,233 posts Link to post Share this post Dynasty NewsBot Posted April 4, 2019 It’s not ugly but the rainbow doesn’t feel like it really represents all 30 teams, that seems like an after thought of an explanation created after the fact to justify the use of the gradient. I think that 30 team thing should be more clear to the viewer because as of now it just looks like a cool effect just to add color. It reminds me of the 2017 ASG Logo which was colorful just because the Marlins/Miami were deemed colorful. Link to post 1,022 posts MEANS Link to post 3,203 posts 3,076 Share this post AustinFromBoston MEANS 2,255 Quote Quote Sports Logo News New Englander 290 × Pasted as rich text. Paste as plain text instead 2019 World Series Logo Appears in Advert, Maybe Link to post Share on other sites 2,255 Share this post back to the late 90’s gradients….miss the script from those years. 3,076 62 0 0 2,255 Share on other sites Desktop Tablet Phone 2,302 Sports Logos Location:Right over there Posted April 3, 2019 0 Members Members 2,302 All Activity Quote Share on other sites Followers 0 Members Members 521 Sports Logos 62 561 Join the conversation Reply to this topic… 3 Quote Share on other sites The Rainbow definitely gives off more of a Miami video. But at least it’s somewhat similar to the “classic” design. Only 75 emoji are allowed. 1,228 posts 105 posts AustinFromBoston You can post now and register later. SportsLogos.Net 2,302 SilverBullet1929 Members 521 Submit Reply Posted April 4, 2019 Share this post 2019 World Series Logo Appears in Advert, Maybe April 2, 2019 – 19:26 PMWhat looks like it could be the logo for the 2019 World Series made an early appearance this afternoon, via a Tweet and a promotional email. Thanks to Twitter user @KevinCBurns, we see what’s probably the 2019 World Series logo […] Read More… Location:Miami, Florida 3,076 Share on other sites Posted April 4, 2019 561 SilverBullet1929 AndrewMLind 2019 World Series Logo Appears in Advert, Maybe Quote 2,238 posts Posted April 3, 2019 Reply to this topic Favourite Logos:Logos designed: Toronto Maple Leafs / WCOH Canada / WCOH Team North America 521 You know what they say… By SportsLogos.Net News, April 3, 2019 in Sports Logo News Followers 0 Share on other sites I’m Not On Here Enough 0 Dynasty Way better than the one last year. I absolutely adore the rainbow on the outside of the diamond and hope they do something similar for the rest of the postseason logos. Share on other sites IndianapolisCubs2009 Link to post AndrewMLind 1,589 posts 290 × Your link has been automatically embedded. Display as a link instead Share this post 561 62 Go To Topic Listing Link to post Quote If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Quote The rainbow gradient is a puzzling choice, but I think it’s fine. The shape is really close to 2015’s. 290 Share this post Link to post × You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL. Insert image from URL 0 Forums Home I have no connection to any World Series logo since my favorite team has not made it in my lifetime, but those used from 2008-11 were my favorites because of the use of fall colors. Felt appropriate with the moniker “Fall Classic.” Favourite Logos:Miami Marlins and too many others to name… Location:Columbus, Ohio Members SportsLogos.Net News SportsLogos.Net All Activity Members × Your previous content has been restored. Clear editor 2019 World Series Logo Appears in Advert, Maybe
LAHORE (Reuters) – The Pakistan Cricket Board said yesterday it had suspended batsman Umar Akmal with immediate effect under its anti-corruption code. The PCB said Akmal “… cannot take part in any cricket-related activity pending the investigation being carried out by PCB’s Anti-Corruption Unit.”The announcement came hours before Akmal’s Quetta Gladiators begin their Pakistan Super League title defence against Islamabad United in Karachi.“…@TheRealPCB is already investigating the matter of Umar Akmal and the franchise will not make any comment until inquiry is concluded,” tweeted the Gladiators, who have been allowed to apply for a replacement. Akmal, who has played 16 tests and 121 one-day internationals, last played for Pakistan in a Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka in October last year.