I have written time and again about how cities approach the question of where to allow scooters and motorcycles to park: cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Moscow, Hoi Chi Minh and Rome.
Perhaps it's a case of the old adage of seeing pregnant women everywhere when pregnant, but I keep seeing the same issues pop up in cities everywhere. It seems on every continent planners can't get their heads around scooters as important vehicles in the fight to ease urban transportation knots. And scooter riders universally grow frustrated with the lack of vision.
The latest stories are from Melbourne where this writer's sentiments echo those in Toronto....
....and from Philadelphia with an another all-too familiar story: