Dubai becomes smarter, set to introduce N198 electric bicycle service to ease traffic

Dubai becomes smarter, set to introduce N198 electric bicycle service to ease traffic

- Dubai is planning on increasing its tourist attraction by introducing a bike hailing system to ease transportation

- The service, which is yet to be launched, will be running on electric motors and go for Dh2 (N197.93) per ride

- Customers will, however, have to pay an additional Dh10 (N989.65) for extended minutes

Dubai, a place known for its great tourist attraction, is about to launch a bike-sharing service that would go for as low as Dh2 (N197.93) daily with an annual membership plan.

According to Gulf News, residents in some of the places where the bikes stand are, have said they are very excited about the service.

The service is called Careem Bike and was created in partnership with both Careem and Dubai’s Roads and Transport (RTA).

Though the service is yet to launch, the same media reports that the bikes will be using electric motors and could be rented through an app just like any other hailing service.

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A customer ends each trip by docking the bike. Photo sources: Getty Images/Gulf News

A customer ends each trip by docking the bike. Photo sources: Getty Images/Gulf News
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It should be noted that an extension rental for additional minutes applies where customers have to pay Dh10 (N989.65).

Zones like Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Lake Towers, Al Barsha, The Greens, Internet City, Media City, Palm Jumeirah, Deira, Downtown Dubai, Jumeirah Beach Road, Dubai Canal, Karama, Mankhool and Al Qudra would be having the service.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nikki, an assistant sales manager, was able to save £4,750 (N2,240,520.40) in 18 months to get her £205,000 (96,696,143.52) two-bedroom flat in Kent in 2019. She ditched smoking and frequent alcohol to save up that much.

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Before then, she was always in the habit of smoking 20 cigars a day which cost £10 daily and £300 (N141,493.47) every month.

Cutting down her habit allowed her to save what she could have spent every day. She also quit gym and pricey manicures to get an extra £70 (33,019.47) a month.

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