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The new trend of urban travel, the UK vigorously promotes E-bike sharing plan

The new trend of urban travel, the UK vigorously promotes E-bike sharing plan

(Summary description)London, United Kingdom——In 2015, the British government invested 700,000 pounds (906,000 euros) to implement an E-bike sharing program across the country. In the spring of 2016, the successful bidder began to implement the plan.

The new trend of urban travel, the UK vigorously promotes E-bike sharing plan

(Summary description)London, United Kingdom——In 2015, the British government invested 700,000 pounds (906,000 euros) to implement an E-bike sharing program across the country. In the spring of 2016, the successful bidder began to implement the plan.

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London, United Kingdom——In 2015, the British government invested 700,000 pounds (906,000 euros) to implement an E-bike sharing program across the country. In the spring of 2016, the successful bidder began to implement the plan.

 

Short-term use of E-bike in the city center, E-bike for the steepest mountain biking in the UK, E-bike for disabled people, E-bike for tourists and employees at tourist attractions; the above and other ideas are successful ideas that have received financial support , The corresponding plan is now being implemented in the UK.

 

Sharing plan is part of Bikeplus

 

Carplus, a sustainable transportation charity organization, is responsible for the bidding and funding process. Its website explains its purpose: “By supporting sharing programs in various environments, it is committed to collecting electric bicycles to provide the best for people, places and routes. Evidence of service. ”

 

Now, the sharing plan is also a part of Bikeplus, which is the British bicycle sharing plan (electric and non-electric). 16 British towns and cities have already implemented bicycle sharing programs, and more places are also preparing to join the ranks. Bikeplus aims to collect usage data to help bike sharing programs achieve greater success.

 

Here are some successful E-bike sharing programs:

 

WeCycle, Hebden Bridge (Hebden Bridge). A total of 15 E-bikes, including cargo bikes, are available for local residents and businesses to ride on the steepest slopes in the UK.

 

Co-Wheels, Bristol. A total of 24 E-bikes are located in two work centers. They are provided in a self-service manner. Smart card-operated bicycle storage compartments can be reserved through the Co-wheels Automobile Club website or app. In this major city in the southwest, employees can go to work. Time use, residents can use it on weekends and evenings.

 

OxonBike, Oxford. Connect hospitals, university campuses and parks, and transportation facilities. There are 16 bicycles in total, which can be booked through the smartphone application and can be picked up from any of the 5 parking lots.

 

Compass Bikes, several towns and cities in southeast England. Housing plan tenants can enjoy 12-72 hours of free use. The plan aims to provide E-bike to the poor in the community to solve the problem of "traffic poverty".

 

Outspoken Delivery, Cambridge and Norwich. According to the plan, the commercial company provides 7 electric-assisted cargo bikes, 4 of which can be used by local companies for delivery, and the remaining 3 can be opened to the public when the company is not using them. Outspoken Delivery cooperates with logistics giants such as Royal Mail and TNT.

 

Journey Matters, Rotherham. There are about 65 electric bicycles, and the rental period ranges from 6 weeks to 3 months. They are applicable to all local routes and aim to expand the use of bicycles. It is open to local residents and can apply through the website or a "Hub" van that patrols the area. Initial feedback from a Journey Matters spokesperson indicated that the plan is "very popular".

 

Co-Bikes, Exeter. There are 23 electric bicycles, suitable for train stations, business districts and Devonshire government. Members are tied to the Co-Cars business. The Co-Cars business has a partnership with Nextbike and First Great Western Trains. Club members also have a lot of other benefits. The plan is known as "one of the first run-and-rent services in the UK". Anyone who comes to the parking lot can rent an E-bike as long as they use a credit card as a guarantee.

 

PEDALL, New Forest. A total of 4 electric-assisted recumbent bicycles are designed to serve disabled users in one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. The route includes miles of scenic non-traffic trails.

 

Isle of Wight Red Squirrel Bikes. A total of 25 bicycles are available for tourists and local government employees to use in the visitor center and throughout the island. The lease period is divided into full day or half day.

 

Plymouth Bike Hire. The public car rental network originally had 60 bicycles, and now it has added 20 electric bicycles. Brands include Juicy, Kudos and Raleigh. The car rental point is close to the most popular local roads without traffic, as well as the busy city center of this historic port.

 

Brighton University (University of Brighton) Eastbourne (Eastbourne Campus) campus. A total of 10 electric bicycles are located at Eastbourne Railway Station, suitable for mountain routes with Brighton University campus. Service targets include employees and students. 10 new electric bicycles are added for campus use, and the lease term is 1 or 3 months.

 

The use of electric bicycles in the sharing program will be monitored, and more sharing programs may be funded based on the effectiveness.

 

The University of Brighton Sharing Project also provides materials to the research project "Smart e-bikes" (Smart e-Bikes) implemented by scholars of the university. Anne Mandy, an associate professor at the University of Brighton Health Research Center, said: “The university’s travel plan shows that 43% of employees and 21% of students drive to the university alone. The sharing plan aims to reduce single-person driving trips. ”

 

Preliminary research results found:

 

•70% of participants said that if they can use E-bike, they are willing to ride more.

 

• The car mileage of the sampled population has been reduced by 20%.

 

•59% report that physical activity has increased.

 

• Bicycles are the most popular among groups that are unlikely to be cyclists, such as women and the elderly.

 

•Most people are willing to accept E-bike, but price is the main obstacle.

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