Changwon’s Bike-Sharing Service Nubija

Written by on March 11, 2014 in Travel, Worldwide Korea Bloggers

IMG_5044Once I’ve introduced bike-sharing in Korea at Kojects and there I just briefly mentioned Nubija, the bike-sharing program of Changwon. This is a city on the southern coast of Korea. Among all Korean cities, Changwon has the largest system with ca. 3,000 bicycles and 240 stations. Whereas the national average of bicycle ridership is somewhere between 1 and 2 %, around 10% cycle in Changwon. Last week I’ve traveled to Changwon in order to learn more about the city’s success. With this post I want to share my impression with you.

Read more about Korea’s biggest public bicycle sharing on Kojects.

 

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Nikola Medimorec

Nikola Medimorec is a graduate student of geography in Korea. He's interested in everything that moves on two legs, rails above or underground, two wheels with pedals or four wheels with red buzzers. His articles intend to show that transport is more than a method of getting from A to B.