Life cycle: is it the end for Britain's dockless bike schemes?

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Three major cycle-sharing companies have pulled out of Britain’s cities in just over a year. Can the schemes ever be sustainable? Not so long ago, Chinese bike-sharing company ofo was planning to put 150,000 of its distinctive yellow bikes on London streets. Buoyed by$2bn of venture capital funding, ofo was going to “optimise city resources” and “save public space ”. Mobike, another Chinese sta
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