China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP
China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP

China’s bike-sharing platforms connect with BeiDou satellite navigation network to improve efficiency

  • The bike-sharing industry has seen an uptick in business amid the coronavirus pandemic, as more commuters shift away from crowded modes of transport
  • Hellobike, one of the biggest bike-sharing platforms in the country, said that all its bikes were connected to the BeiDou navigation system

Topic |   Bike-sharing services
China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP
China’s bike-sharing industry has faced tighter government regulations after a surge in supply during 2017 and 2018 led to streets crammed with leftover bikes that caused a major public nuisance. Photo: AP
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