The China Post
Date: July 13, 2017
By: The China Post
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan’s first rules for “dockless” share bicycles are starting to take shape as residents’ complaints pile up about bikes being left in weird places.
OBikes, which can be left by users anywhere and found by new users by luck or by app, debuted in Taiwan in April and are now available in at least 10 cities and counties.
By contrast, most other bicycle-sharing services, such as YouBike, have dedicated stations for users to rent and return their bikes. [FULL STORY]