Isuda in Straits Times

by admin on June 10, 2012

Straits Times, Sunday Time 2012-06-10
TODAY, SUNDAY Special 2012-04-15 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.

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Billy June 21, 2012 at 2:46 am


I read your article in Straits Times and find this Bicycle-sharing project very interesting!

I commute to work by bicycle daily (20km both ways) and in my own opinion, I think this is a practical and idea solution to provide an alternative for locals to commute to work, solve over-crowding issues on public transport and spread the awareness.

I hope to see this programme progress to the next level and hope to take part if I have the opportunity!


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