Bike sharing is picking up speed in cities around the world.
But sometimes there are a few bumps in the road. In Singapore, home-grown company oBike, along China’s Ofo and Mobike, have flooded the City State with nearly 30,000 two-wheelers.
While these sharing bikes could speed up Singapore’s goal of becoming a car-lite society, reckless parking could hurt its clean and orderly reputation.
CGTN’s Miro Lu has the story.