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Now the norm in London – and other parts of the UK: cargo bikes plying the streets doing last-mile delivery. This article in The Guardian notes that bikes can carry loads of 200kg or more, can navigate traffic with ease, are emission-free, don’t pick up parking tickets and such services are springing up all over Europe. Interestingly, at the same time, Royal Mail has phased out its cargo bicycles.
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UK CourierJune 15, 2015 at 1:40 pm
I totally agree this is a fantastic opportunity for freelance cargo bike start-ups to really help the environment and fill a niche in the market for low emission, short term deliveries.