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Montreal clears final hurdle for Uber Jump
Only weeks ahead of Uber officially launching Jump, its shared e-bikes service, in Montreal, city officials voted to enact “state-of-the-art” legislation promising that none of these dockless bicycles will end up being thrown on the streets, on the sidewalks — or even in the Lachine canal.
Users who are finished riding on a Jump e-bike will have to make sure they lock it on one of the city’s many bike racks, or that it’s properly parked in designated five-metre areas. Otherwise, the in-app counter will continue to run, and they will get charged for as long as the bicycle remains unlocked. Jump e-bikes will have a built-in lock to make the process as straightforward as possible.
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