Electric scooters are booming — and piling up on sidewalks and causing accidents. Yamaha's Tritown scooter is an innovative take on the electric scooter that aims to fix the usual electric scooter's flaws. Designed as a last-mile mobility solution and using Yamaha's Leaning Multi-Wheel mechanism, the Tritown has dual front wheels and is controlled by the rider's balance. The Tritown stands upright at a stop, and never requires the rider to step off the scooter until they've reached their destination. A 380 Wh battery powers a 500-watt motor mounted in the rear rub to a top speed of about 15 MPH. The Tritown weighs in at 88 pounds and is just over three feet long, making it light and compact while having a substantial structure and lighting. The project looks to be ready for production, and the rumor is that it will be in available for purchase within the year.