Ainda sobre os sistemas de bike sharing dockless na China:
"China’s experiment with dockless bike share, which is less than two years old but has already spread throughout the country (and made its way to the US), has finally started to produce some hard data. We learned last fall that bike share has cut into the nation’s use of gasoline, slowing its annual growth in fuel consumption by about 2.5 percent
Liu Xiaoming, China’s vice minister of transport, announced last weekend that since dockless bike share launched in the country in April 2016, total costs related to traffic congestion have fallen by 16.1 billion Yuan ($2.6 billion). Furthermore, Cycling Industry News reports that officials estimate health and social benefits tied to the rise in bicycling have amounted to as much as 200 billion Yuan ($31.5 billion) so far.
Last month, a government report noted that bike share has helped cut carbon emissions by nearly 7 million metric tons and created some 30,000 jobs, according to China Daily.
Anywhere between 16 million and 23 million bikes have been rolled out in a very short window of time, attracting as many as 220 million riders. Last year, China Daily reports, riders pedaled dockless bikes for a total of nearly 30 billion kilometers"