Sustainable mobility: the new London bicycle lane project that will be activated in 2012 for the most ecological Olympics in history.
London's project for improved mobilty: 6.000 bicycles, 400 bicycle parking stations, 17 square miles of operative area in the city centre and 15 Alkè electric vehicles that each transport up to 400 bikes a day.
There is also available the Barklay Cycle Hire system that has a series of automated terminals that inform you on the nearest docking station.
The London cycle lane project was presented this summer on the 30th of July. From that date to today (28th september 2010) thare have already been 500.000 "bicycle rides", a real record. The highest usage was seen in concomitance with the underground train strike. Here at Alkè we’re proud to contribute with our electric vehicles to make cleaner and more sustainable cities: in fact electric engines have a better performance than traditional petrol engines that waste most of their energy in noise, vibrations and heat.
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