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Editorial: SDSU should have listened to students before banning motorized scooters

Editorial: SDSU should have listened to students before banning motorized scooters

by The Editorial Board // October 9, 2019

San Diego State has a nasty track record when it comes to transparency, and this isn’t the first time we’ve had to take to our opinion pages to discuss...

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Downtown San Diego enjoyed a cloudy sunset which is seen from this overhead angle viewing part of the city, accessible from the trolley.

San Diego destinations just a trolley stop away

by Juniper Perkins, Staff Writer // August 14, 2019

Between seemingly endless homework, going to classes, and the stress of “cabin fever,” it’s important to take some time to explore San Diego. Not...

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After getting his bike stolen, aerospace engineering freshman Tanner Coleman said he now uses e-scooters on campus to ride back to his dorm after working out at the Aztec Recreation Center.

Mayor’s proposed e-scooter regulations, end of Ofo partnership creates new environment for dockless scooters

by Paulette Villicana, Staff Writer // November 14, 2018

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s proposed e-scooter regulations in October that, if passed, could affect San Diego State riders. Mayor Faulconer’s...

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Ofo bikes are often found damaged around campus, something Associated Students Sustainability Commissioner Cassie Weinberg said has contributed to the end of the university's partnership with the company.

SDSU ends pilot partnership with Ofo

by Kaitlyn Little, Staff Writer // November 7, 2018

A pilot program with Ofo rental bikes and San Diego State has been cut short due to unfulfilled promises and dissatisfaction with the bikes, university...

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The presence of dockless Razor scooters on campus has increased in the past month, despite not being regulated by the university.

Dockless Razor scooters pop up on campus

by Olivia Li, Staff Writer // October 17, 2018

Electric Razor scooters are the latest addition to the list of dockless transportation options that have been introduced to San Diego State’s campus. Razor’s...

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An Ofo bike thrown into a tree near West Commons on Wednesday.

Dockless bikes hit with vandalism on campus

by Shauny Silas, Staff Writer // September 28, 2018

Some Ofo bikes on campus found a new home up in the trees on Wednesday as part of a recent string of vandalizations. The dockless bike share company...

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Assistant Sustainability Director Tom Abram shares information with a student about energy efficient transportation.

Sustainable transportation options promoted at campus fair

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // September 17, 2018

In conjunction with National Drive Electric Week, Associated Students Green Love at San Diego State hosted a Sustainable Transportation Fair on Sept. 12...

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The Red and Black Shuttle will now service riders on three lines, some of which have off-campus stops.

Red and Black Shuttle expands off campus, to be accompanied by new transportation options

by Bella Ross, News Editor // August 24, 2018

Big changes are in store for San Diego State’s Red and Black Shuttle service, in an effort to attract more student riders. The shuttle, a service that...

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Electrical engineering junior Adam Jabbar rides an Ofo bike near Hepner Hall on April 10.

Dockless bike, scooter users rack up problems

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // August 22, 2018

Just a few months after dockless bikes and scooters were swiftly introduced to the San Diego area, the San Diego Police Department has been issuing citations...

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Chapter focuses on women in transportation

Chapter focuses on women in transportation

by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña, Assistant Mundo Editor // October 5, 2016

Getting to school by car, bus or trolley revolves around one single thing: transportation. That is what civil engineering senior Yesenia Ortega said attracted...

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