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After being chosen for the bike sharing systems of the major European cycling capitals, from the UK to Stockholm, from Berlin to Gdansk, VAIMOO has finally come back home to contribute to the spread of sustainable mobility in its territory thanks to a complete bike sharing solution. 

In fact, the bike sharing system of Bari is now officially active. The initial fleet counts 100 bikes and 100 e-bikes, which will expand up to 730 vehicles during the next years, along with 50 parking stations which will increase to 120 as the service will be fully operational. 

The project is part of a series of initiatives aiming at reinforcing the culture of sustainable urban mobility in Bari, making it closer to the major Italian and European cities standards. 

“Bari has acquired a new sensibility towards mobility, environment and new opportunities which can enhance the quality of our everyday life” – declared the Major Antonio Decaro at the opening ceremony

The VAIMOO team has worked relentlessly to offer citizens a complete bike sharing system, shaped on the current mobility needs of the city. The aim of the service is, indeed, to offer an alternative to the use of private cars when not strictly necessary.  

Moreover, VAIMOO worked on the full system – starting from the design and the manufacturing of the bikes, up to the development of the mobile App and – last but not least – the parking stations and the informative materials.  

In the photos: the Major of Bari Antonio Decaro; part of the VAIMOO team with the City Deputy for Infrastructures, Public Works, Sustainable Mobility and Accessibility Giuseppe Galasso.

We are proud of launching our bike sharing service in the amazing city of Bari – declared Matteo Pertosa, CEO & Founder of VAIMOO We are particularly proud to affirm that each component of the service – the vehicles and the software is designed and manufactured in Italy by very talented Apulian engineers. Bari, in fact, will be the very first Italian city offering a service fully made in its own territory. It would be amazing to widen this project, including all the cities of the Bari Metropolitan Area.”

This is an important challenge and the path is still long, but the VAIMOO team will constantly monitor the service in order to be ready to enhance the offer in the next months.  

For all the information and to download the mobile Apps, visit the official website of the Bari Bike Sharing system. 

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