Yahoo Poll: What do you think of LTA's new parking rules for shared bikes?

(Bicycles from bike-sharing companies in Singapore seen at Bugis on 26 June, 2018. Yahoo News Singapore file photo)
(Bicycles from bike-sharing companies in Singapore seen at Bugis on 26 June, 2018. Yahoo News Singapore file photo)

Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) will soon implement a new parking system using QR codes for dockless shared bikes.

From January 2019, users of shared bikes will have to park in designated zones and seal the deal by scanning a QR code. Failure to do so will incur a $5 fee, and repeat offenders will see their service suspended.

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