More e-bikes and charge points on way for city
The Herald|January 27, 2022
400 BIKES FOR HIRE, 300 CHARGE SITES IN NEW DEALS
CARL EVE

PLYMOUTH City Council has laid out its plans for a raft of green projects to help the city achieve its climate ambitions - including electric vehicle charging points and e-bikes for hire.

Following on from similar schemes across the country, which sees residents and visitors able to rent out pedal bikes and electric bikes to travel in and around town, Plymouth City Council has revealed it has agreed a deal for “over 400 electric bikes” being made available for rent.

Cllr Jonathan Drean announced at the full council meeting on Monday that as part of the council’s Transforming City’s Fund programme the council had signed two key contracts on the flagship Mobility Hubs Project.

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