nextbike's new VeloCity Buzău bike-sharing scheme offers residents a sustainable, flexible and accessible means of public transport.
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nextbike's extensive bike-sharing system in Silesia, Poland, will offer more than 7,000 user-friendly, GPS-locatable bicycles, expanding gradually over several years, and contributing to the area's ongoing urban development.
The latest tenders in Santander, Arteixo and the Bizkaia region will see nextbike by TIER expand its bike-sharing offer in Spain to a total of 12 systems, with almost 6,000 bikes to be available by the end of 2023.
nextbike's Veturilo 3.0 will transform Warsaw's bike-sharing system with a modernised and expanded fleet of more than 3,000 bicycles, including e-bikes and tandem bikes, and 1,500 virtual stations.
With more than 1,000 bikes available for hire across 107 stations in the city, Glasgow's residents can use nextbike's sustainable vehicles to explore the region, travel to work, visit friends and family, as well as complete every day activities.
As part of nextbike's new contract, the Veturilo urban bicycle system's bikes, technology and service will be modernised, with 10 per cent of the fleet to be made up of e-bikes.
In line with the aims of its Series D financing round in November 2021, this latest launch enables TIER to expand its presence in the Spanish market – providing riders in Malaga with 300 e-scooters.
With the acquisition of nextbike, TIER Mobility’s vision of a complete portfolio of sustainable mobility options is now becoming reality.
Bosses at nextbike, Cardiff Bus and Passenger stated that they believe this move offers essential workers travelling around the city now - and the passengers of the future post-lockdown - more options to control their journeys.