Bird scooters to exit Providence without permit, 2 new companies chosen to operate

BIRD ANNOUNCED it is ending its e-scooter offering in Providence effective Friday. The company was not given a permit by the city for another year of operation. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
BIRD ANNOUNCED it is ending its e-scooter offering in Providence effective Friday. The company was not given a permit by the city for another year of operation. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
PROVIDENCE – Bird’s e-scooters are being pulled from Providence, the company announced on its app Friday. Friday is also the final day of service, the company said. Bird's scooters were still on the Providence streets as of Friday afternoon. BIRD TOLD riders via its app that it was ending service in…

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