E-scooters used for daily commutes, says Wollongong trial partner Neuron

Glen Humphries
Updated October 20 2023 - 12:09pm, first published October 17 2023 - 2:26pm
Once the novelty of the e-scooters wear off, people will start to use them as a commuting option, said trial partner Neuron. Picture by Wesley Lonergan
Once the novelty of the e-scooters wear off, people will start to use them as a commuting option, said trial partner Neuron. Picture by Wesley Lonergan

Neuron, the team behind Wollongong's e-scooter trial, have hit back over claims they are more expensive than competing transport options.

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Glen Humphries

Glen Humphries

Senior journalist

I'm an award-winning senior journalist with the Illawarra Mercury and have well over two decades' worth of experience in newspapers. I cover the three local councils in the Illawarra for the Mercury, state and federal politics, as well as writing for the TV guide. If I'm not writing, I'm reading.

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