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01/07/2017

How do we get more women to embrace the cycling commute? by Catherine Carter

“Women are often considered the ‘indicator species’ for cycling. Women tend to be risk averse, which translates into increased demand for safe bike infrastructure as a prerequisite for riding. Women also do most of the household shopping and childcare, which means bike routes need to be practical. And they may […]
21/06/2017

EOFY investment incentives on offer

The end of financial year offers great opportunities, and many financial institutions actually publish investment guides for those looking to take advantage. A new option can now be added to the list. BYKKO™ bike-share stations provide an excellent investment opportunity for any business. Small to medium businesses (SMEs) can immediately deduct […]
17/06/2017

Make smart bike share ecosystems part of your smart city

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet released details of its Smart Cities and Suburbs Program in March this year, following through on an election promise from 2016. The program encourages eligible organisations – local governments, private companies, research organisations and not-for-profit bodies – to deliver collaborative smart-city projects that […]
27/05/2017

Charging ahead: city e-bike option gains traction

Australia’s first smart-electric bike share system for a residential building was launched in Canberra on April 28 when ACT Minister for Transport, Meegan Fitzharris, made the announcement in the territory’s Legislative Assembly. Bike-sharing platform BYKKO and developer Art Group teamed up to provide 10 shared electric bikes at the On […]