More cities are launching city bike-share systems.
On April 1st, 7 city bike systems will be launched in Poland – that’s over 2000 more shared bikes, managed by the Nextbike Polska. The bikes will be available for users until the end of November 2021.
After the March launch of city bikes in 14 cities in Poland (Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Kołobrzeg, Komorniki, Konin, Luboń, Marki, Ostrów Wielkopolski, Piaseczno, Poznań, Szamotuły, Tarnów, Warszawa, Zielona Góra), the time has come for other cities. This time Nextbike Polska is starting the cycling season in Białystok, Ciechanów, Piotrków Trybunalski, Płock, Sosnowiec, Tychy and Katowice – altogether it means over 2 thousand additional shared bikes. It is worth mentioning that the bikes can be rented year-round in Wrocław (2285 bikes) and Łódź agglomeration (1002 bikes).
In total, that’s nearly 14,000 Nextbike bicycles that will be available to over 6 million citizens in 32 towns and cities. And this is not all of the agglomerations where Nextbike manages similar bike systems. There are still several tenders on the company’s agenda this year, in which it actively participates. The recent results of the tenders for e.g. system operation in Kołobrzeg, Pszczyna or Koszalin, in which Nextbike presented the most favourable offers, show that the cities are satisfied with the functioning of the systems and want to continue investing in this element of public transport.