JCDecaux Luxembourg has been awarded the self-service electric bike contract for Luxembourg, following a competitive tender. The contract is for a 10-year term in the capital city of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Over the course of 2018, JCDecaux, which already operates the current self-service bike rental scheme Veloh’, will replace the 800 bikes located at 80 stations with electric bikes, a move that is in tune with the city’s aim to promote multi-mode mobility.
The electric bikes have an on-board battery that will be recharged at the station, and will represent great freedom for every user.
In line with the global strategy of JCDecaux and in keeping with the group’s values of quality and technological innovation, JCDecaux Luxembourg will make its expertise available to the city authorities in order to enhance the e-Veloh’ user experience, due to new interfaces and optimised access methods that have been redesigned in accordance with the latest technological innovations.
In addition to the self-service bike rental system in place since 2008, JCDecaux has been present in the city of Luxembourg’s bus shelters since 1986, and has been the advertising concession holder at Luxembourg Airport since 2014. In 2018, JCDecaux will install, manage and operate the advertising displays in the Grand Duchy’s railway stations.