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    Workers move shared bikes to a designated parking area in Beijing on May 20. Photo: VCG
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Gallery: Beijing Sheds 50,000 Shared Bikes

Last week, Beijing disposed of about 50,000 abandoned and illegally parked shared bikes, a problem the city has faced for more than a year. According to the local transport authority, there are about 1.9 million shared bikes in Beijing

05.22.2019
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