Dockless bike share to continue operating

Two people sitting by the lake with their Airbikes. Two people sitting by the lake with their Airbikes.

Canberrans can continue to make the most of Dockless bike share in the city centre, as bike share provider, Airbike, has been granted an extended land use permit to continue operating for another year.

Airbike has permission to gradually increase the fleet from 200 to 400 dockless bikes in small, controlled batches and e-bikes will be considered in the expansion.

The bikes will continue to be released within the operational zone in central Canberra, including the Australian National University (ANU), the Civic Centre and the Parliamentary Zone.

Bike share is ideal for short trips around the city centre. After downloading the app find a bike, or pick one up from around town. Unlock the bike and helmet using your phone and when you’re done lock them again ready for the next user.

For more information visit https://www.transport.act.gov.au/about-us/active-travel/active-travel-in-the-community/cycling-in-canberra/bike-sharing

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