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Straits Times, Sunday Time 2012-06-10
The founders of Isuda, a pilot bicycle-sharing project based at one-north, want to take their idea to more places. Mr Francis Chu, 51, and Mr Michael Zhan, 30, are working with tertiary-level students to start similar initiatives on their campuses. They are also in talks with some companies and government agencies to expand their programme to other areas of Singapore.
Bike-sharing schemes allow commuters to get from the train station to their destinations without having to walk or wait for a shuttle bus.
But unlike programmes in London and Paris which have fixed docks, Isuda features moveable docking stations.
Read more at Straits Times online.
Product designer and avid cyclist Francis Chu has come up with his own innovative twist on the bike sharing system, for his upcoming pilot project at one-north: The docking stations aren’t fixed, but mobile. This tackles one of the problems faced by the London project.
Read more at TODAY online.
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