The dockless bike share schemes have been introduced in high-density centres around Sydney. One bikeshare company, Reddy-Go, hopes to have 6000 bikes on Sydney’s streets by the end of this year. The other, oBike, is predicting similar numbers. Their websites says they should be left at bikeracks but they have been randomly left standing on the footpaths of Jacksons Landing and greater Pyrmont as an advertising gimic. Click here for a view posted on ABC’s webpage.
There has been comment that the City of Sydney says it has no jurisdiction to allow or disallow bike-share operators.