As part of our ‘City Snapshot’ series, Travis Ota and Wes Frysztacki from the Honolulu Department of Transportation Services explain how Honolulu, isolated on an island 2,200 miles from mainland mobility services, has had to adapt and plan to offer residents viable options for urban travel.
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TfL launched London's flagship cycle hire scheme on 30 July 2010 across eight London boroughs with 315 docking stations. Now, there are more than 12,000 bikes available from 781 docking stations.
Meituanbike, formerly known as Mobike, is - by number of bicycles - the world's largest shared bike operator, despite its fleet having become lighter by more than 200,000 bikes in 2019.
Occurrences of accidents have been 31 per cent higher than recent averages since the beginning of the strikes.
Superpedestrian scooters are said to be able to rapidly detect and protect against more than 100 common scooter malfunctions.
HCMC Transport Department Director Tran Quang Lam believes this additional transport mode could help to solve congestion and pollution within the city formerly known as Saigon.
The bikes will be connected to GPS using solar powered bicycle stations, and the Careem Bike application will provide the leasing and payment system for users, with different membership types available.
U.S. start up Boaz Bike has launched 100 seated e-scooters in Atlanta, Georgia, with plans to further expand in 2020.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has announced plans to invest £172 million in green transport schemes over the next five years.
In a bid to encourage active transport, Transport for Scotland pledges a further £1.8 million to the development of walking and cycling facilities.
Lime and London Cycling Campaign (LCC) aim to promote the use of e-bikes in order to improve life in London.
In a bid to keep every road user safe, from pedestrians to cyclists, Transport Canada has announced funding of $1 million to increase the safety of vulnerable road users.
In Wellington, cyclists and bus drivers have swapped seats in a bid to highlight the safety implications of sharing the road and the steps that can be taken to ensure safety remains a top priority.
London is the first city in the world to collect data on cycling infrastructure, such as parking spots and protected lanes, on such a large scale.
Real-time information means users will be able to see exactly how many bikes are available at a particular bikeshare station, as well as where they can park their bike after completing their journey.