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Last month, Helbiz announced that it had officially acquired Wheels, the West Hollywood-based startup founded by Joshua and Jonathan Viner, co-founders of Wag. But in Los Angeles, there were already signs that things were in flux.

In early August, Culver City announced that Wheels would no longer be operating within its boundaries. Then in September, Wheels also ceased operations in West Hollywood, pending adoption of sidewalk detection technology.

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Hometown Rift? Bird Says It’s ‘Disappointed’ To Be Kicked Out of Santa Monica but Hints at Appeal

Electric scooter company Bird’s stock took a major blow Tuesday, it was down as much as 20% in the wake of an earnings report that warned the micro-mobility firm could soon run out of cash.

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CoMotion L.A., the annual transportation and technology conference focused on urban mobility, is taking place in Little Tokyo this week. This year’s theme, “The Multimodal City,” brings together public and private players from a range of transportation and mobility spaces, including public officials from cities that span from Los Angeles to Paris and a broad swath of tech companies, including Lacuna, Waymo and BP Pulse.

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