Hé @AmsterdamNL, een uurtje kunnen slapen. Dank u! Nu ronkende scooters en joelende bezoekers.
Om 3 uur komen de benevelde medewerkers van Dutchess-@WHotels joelend voorbij. Vaste prik.
Rond half 6 laden en lossen.
Hoe maak je n zzp-er failliet?
"How should cities deal with #electric #scooters #hire companies? Their ‘arrive first, ask later’ tactics have riled cities. Officials are having to learn fast. Should they introduce a permit system? Ban them?"
@sharon_dijksma @DennisBoutkan @zeeger
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