Cities in the U.S. are becoming more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly. As drivers learn how to take better care of people in traffic not protected with metal shells, streets are getting safer for the so-called personal transportation devices. This year's Consumer Electronics Show featured a number of affordable battery-powered vehicles suitable for bike paths and even for ordinary pavements. VOA's George Putic reports from Las Vegas.
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