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Amsterdam-based mobility startup BAQME launches its shared e-box bikes in Rotterdam

To reduce the use of vehicles for short trips within the cities which leads to traffic jams, Amsterdam-based mobility startup BAQME has announced that its shared e-box bikes are now available in the Dutch city of Rotterdam.

How does it help?

BAQME claims that its goal is to make you independent of a car for short journeys. Too many journeys are currently made by car within urban areas. And, according to the company, more than half of all car journeys are less than 7.5 kilometres.

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