Of Counsel Brue Keyes was quoted in a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
article, “Bublr voices support for Bird and asks state to legalize
,” about the rollout of the electric scooter-sharing program Bird in Milwaukee.
Keyes, board president and co-founder of the greater Milwaukee bike-sharing program Bublr Bikes, emphasized the similarities between the two companies, which both provide transportation alternatives to cars. “While I would rather see people on bikes, I do think electric scooters accomplish the same goals we’re trying to accomplish – they’re easy to get around with, and they go that first or last mile,” he said.