This is to urge users to leave bikes at designated areas.
Hong Kong’s largest bicycle-sharing operator Gobee.bike will offer riding credits for cyclists under a new scheme amid a growing problem of haphazard parking in the city, reported South China Morning Post.
The scheme follows a growing number of complaints from residents that bicycles had been left randomly in car parks and occupied public spaces for extensive periods. Some bicycles even ended up not being used for a long time as they were parked at places such as the city’s airport, remote villages and country parks.
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