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Welcome Ian, our 1st ISUDA user!

Dr. Huber, the 2nd ISUDA user!

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ng ah kow May 6, 2012 at 3:58 am

Your fleet of bicycles are really impressive!
Hopefully after your successful launch in Singapore, you will bring the idea and the system over to JB in the near future.

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Francis June 17, 2012 at 5:13 am

Thank you Ah Kow, we are looking forward to that day too !

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Attilio October 23, 2012 at 2:25 am

Hi Francis I am a researcher in psychiatry working at IMH and I am also a passionate commuting cyclist and photographer.
I registered for Isuda – although I know you guys don’t have kiosks around my commuting route yet (Serangoon North to/from IMH) but I want to support your idea.

Cheers,

Attilio

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Dubb October 11, 2013 at 4:19 am

We tried to cycle (we are cycling novice) to explore the city whenever we travel. Our cycling trip in Kyoto was the best. It’s not the sharing system that is fantastic but the politeness from bikers and pedestrians. The infrastructure made the cycling and parking easy.
We cycled on pedestrian paths like many others and people do give way to us, of course we have to practice courtesy and road safety, watching out for human and car traffic as well.

There are still some issues that I believe we need to solve fundamentally here. 1) Road safety and courtesy of all road users 2) infrastructure – readiness of pedestrian path. We cannot be cycling to and fro PCN only. We need to travel to work, neighborhoods everywhere… There are also different groups of cyclists – tour de France cyclist vs those just need to travel from point A to B safely. Tour de france cyclists would probably need an express lane to avoid causing danger to road users. 3) how to deal with theft – bicycle or even stealing of wheels

Always look forward to a gracious bicycle friendly city! Nonetheless, this is a good start and effort, 🙂

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