ROTTERDAM, 6 January 2022 - Shared transport company GO Sharing has announced the placement of 320 extra electric shared bikes in Rotterdam, in addition to the 240 e-bikes that are already available. The e-bikes will be offered alongside electric shared scooters and electric cars and are intended for the active, shorter journey from A to B, or as the last means of transport to the final destination of a longer trip.
GO Sharing starts today with the placement of e-bikes and will introduce 50 to 80 shared bikes per placement. The last placement will take place in mid-February. The e-bikes can be found and reserved via the GO Sharing app. The user pays from €0.18 per minute, €0.15 per minute to park the e-bike and a starting rate of €0.25. The e-bikes of GO Sharing have a range of up to 60 kilometres. The batteries are replaced by GO Sharing employees as soon as they are in danger of running out.
Rotterdam gets 320 extra GO Sharing electric shared bikes
Shared transport instead of your own vehicle
The electric shared bicycles are part of the multimodal offer with which GO Sharing wants to support door-to-door travel, also between regions, with shared transport. The company wants to reduce CO2 emissions from traffic and the need for parking spaces in cities.
GO Sharing CEO Raymon Pouwels explains: "In our mission to replace vehicle ownership with shared mobility, supporting the journey from door to door is crucial. Even when you travel to another city you want the same convenience as having your own vehicle. With GO Sharing, you can take a shared scooter or e-bike within a three-minute walk to an electric shared car, and use the shared car to travel to another city, where you can take a shared scooter or e-bike to your final destination. All via one app and at a competitive rate."
Rotterdam gets 320 extra GO Sharing electric shared bikesRotterdam gets 320 extra GO Sharing electric shared bikes
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