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Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester, said he hopes many people will swap their cars for bikes. He vowed to take a positive approach in promoting cycling in the region.
We’re conscious that our city center is a complex and busy area already, Burnham said. "Transport for Greater Manchester has been working hard to establish a voluntary code of working with Mobike to make sure the service operates in a way that doesn’t inconvenience other road users, pedestrians or city center traders."
People using the shared bikes are usually charged for every 30 minute slot they have them, but details of the pricing structure for Manchester have not yet been released.
If successful, it could play an important part of our long-term plans for cycling in the region and for making travel easier and more sustainable, Burnham said.
Mobike launched its bike-sharing service and has since rolled out schemes in China and Singapore. It now operates 5 million bikes. Greater Manchester is now the 100th city to host the service.
Mobike and ofo are locked in a fierce competition to vie for supremacy of the burgeoning sector. Their rental bikes are available at no cost to the taxpayer, unlike those championed by former London mayor Boris Johnson, the so-called "Boris bikes", that are partially funded by Transport for London.