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Three months after opening its new headquarters in Santa Monica, micromobility startup Veo is expanding its fleet and its footprint. As of last week, riders have been able to cross the municipal boundary between Santa Monica and L.A. and take trips north to Will Rogers State Beach, south to Marina Del Rey and east to Mar Vista.

“It’s good to see more people able to actually commute from Santa Monica to a nearby neighborhood…because in the past, we [did] see a lot of people stopped at the boundary,” said Veo CEO Candice Xie.

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Yet another micromobility startup will soon call Los Angeles home, bringing its two-wheel sensibilities to what’s long been a four-wheel city.

Veo, an e-scooter and e-bike-sharing startup, will open its new headquarters on Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade later this month. Originally hailing from Chicago, Veo plans to hire up to 200 employees locally, as it outlined in application documents filed with local authorities. The company currently operates in more than 25 cities, including Santa Monica, and plans to launch across wider Los Angeles by the end of this month.

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