Active mobility pilot project to kick off in Shah Alam with up to 200 bicycles

THE company licensed for the active mobility solutions pilot project in Selangor will start with providing between 100 and 200 dockless bicycles in Shah Alam this month.

Anywheel expansion and partnerships head Johan Sammy said the Shah Alam project would see a six-month trial period in which his team would focus on understanding user profiles and behaviour patterns on the bicycle lane as well as gather community feedback.

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