Lessons learned from the real story of oBike (or why we can’t have ‘nice things’)

It’s been a couple months now since dockless bikeshare company oBike started pulling out of Melbourne. That withdrawal came barely a year after oBike’s first started operating in the city — a year in which the Singapore-based company seemed to receive near constant criticism from local government, the media, and citizens alike. But now that … The post Lessons learned from the real story of oBike (or why we can’t have ‘nice things’) appeared first on CyclingTips .

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