Oh yeah, we were supposed to have scooters by now

Go to pretty much any big city in America and you'll see people zooming around on electric scooters. But not in Philly. Or Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, or Allentown for that matter. Not legally, at least. This week on the podcast, KYW Newsradio City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb breaks down how a Senator from central PA and a Segway lobbyist have kept Pennsylvania (mostly) scooter free for more than a decade, and Matt Nichol from Philly E-Riders pitches a high tech, green version of the future of urban transportation.