MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis’ fleet of electric scooters could grow to a maximum of 2,000 under a new agreement by city officials.

According to the Star Tribune, the Minneapolis City Council’s transportation and public works committee approved an agreement that extends the pilot program of the stand-up scooter rentals through March 2020.

That means the scooter fleet could grow from 600 to 2,000.

St. Paul is expected to make a similar move.

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