Exciting times ahead for active transport! I guess you could also tie scooters around it too!Thanks, I am an occasional city cyclist, and I had no idea. I haven't seen a single one with a bike on it. I was thinking it was some sort of art thing meant to publicise something, green hearts, etc. Or it had electronics inside and was for wi-fi, etc. Or even somehow tied in with the scooters.
It will be dockless too
^^ Not necessarily a good thing... I've come across some terribly parked scooters since they were introduced. As the e-bikes are a larger object, they could be even more of a nuisance if parked poorly.
I am with Nathan on on this one. Dockeless can end up in tears, as in many examples.from other cities around the world. Maybe being an E bike people may take more pride and not dump them in unsuitable places.^^ Think it all depends whether they will turn the existing citycycle into designated parking zone. Until then it's all up in the air.
Im excited about this:
“A cap on the number of bikes permitted in the CBD will be enforced with contractors required to have a minimum number of e-bikes in the suburbs to help boost the last-mile trips to and from public transport hubs to suburban homes.”
Unlikely, they're better using e-bikes on existing docking stations.I am with Nathan on on this one. Dockeless can end up in tears, as in many examples.from other cities around the world. Maybe being an E bike people may take more pride and not dump them in unsuitable places.