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Bicycles from bicycle-sharing company Mobike have underwent an upgrade, as part of the company’s strategy to ensure that its bicycles are tailored for Singapore road conditions.
A motorist was, on Tuesday (4 July), sentenced to an imprisonment of four weeks for a case of road rage that resulted in an injured cyclist and a damaged road bike. A separate charge of mischief was taken into consideration during sentencing.
The sight of shared bikes in almost every corner of Singapore from bus-stops to refuse areas has prompted the Government to work with the bike-sharing companies – ofo, obike and mobike - to moderate the growth of their bicycle fleets. Today, there are around 29,000 to 30,000 shared bikes offered by the three companies.
Those who visited or work at the One-North business district near Buona Vista will be astound to know the vastness of that area and the amount of time that is taken to travel from one point to another. It must have been a joy to know that two companies will be introducing an e-scooter rental service in One-North to help commuters get them to their destinations faster and easier.
Jurong Lake District has joined the ranks of Punggol, Tampines, Pasir Ris and Yishun, as it turns itself into the eighth cycling town. With the launch of a 15-kilometre cycling network on Saturday (1 July), commuters and residents will find travelling easier in Jurong East, Chinese Garden and Lakeside.