Business travelers returning to the streets and sidewalks of familiar destinations after a few years may find lots of changes. The explosion in the use of micromobility options like scooters, the prevalence of rideshare services and the growing popularity of food delivery, for example, have led to some congestion and confusion. According to this article from John Surico, startups are trying to help with curbside management tools but it's up to cities to rise to the challenge.

Picture an average day on a busy city street. Start with the morning rush: trucks unloading their . . .

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