Maximum speed of 25 km/hOperating Area Types:
An individual must not ride a bicycle, a PAB or a personal mobility device, or drive or ride a motor vehicle that is neither a motorised wheelchair nor a mobility scooter, on a public path that is a pedestrian‑only path.
Maximum fleet permitted per provider: 10,000
Proposal for Maximum Allowable Fleet Size under Sandbox Licence, from up to 1,000 bicycles to a full BSO licence for up to 10,000 bicycles.
Minimum Operating Requirements:
1 per day
|Application||SGD$ 1,500 (USD$ 1,095)|
|Per Vehicle||SGD$ 15 (USD$ 11)||Annually|
A non-refundable application fee of Singapore Dollars $1500, based on PayNow or Fund transfer. Upon approval of the application, you will have to pay a licence fee calculated at the rate of Singapore Dollars $15 per device per year (based on the maximum number of
devices allowed to be used in the licensable activity) for each year of the licence validity.
The licence fee for the period of the licence must be paid upfront and in full before the
grant of the licence, and the deployment of the additional devices.
In addition, you will have to furnish to the Authority a security deposit calculated at the
rate of Singapore Dollars $30 for each additional device used in the licensable
Connection to Other Government Goals:
LTA’s vision for a car-lite nation is not only about providing the amenities to support walking, cycling and riding, but also building a culture of courtesy and respect for fellow commuters. The Active Mobility Act (AMA) came into force on May 2018, providing a set of rules and code of conduct to enable safer sharing of public paths among various users.
Safe Infrastructure Requirements:
The Government will also expedite the construction of cycling path infrastructure.
Government Parking Requirement:
The Government provide yellow boxes and bicycle racks. You may also refer to your bicycle sharing app, which will display nearby designated parking zones. In particular, LTA will implement a QR code-enabled geo-fencing solution in the second half of 2018. Operators will require their users to scan the unique QR code at the parking location as proof of proper parking, before they can end their trip.
A detailed description of your mobile application, rental process and your plan to incorporate static QR-code geofencing technology to perform the following:
a) Display designated parking zones.
b) Educate and ensure that users to park the PMDs at designated parking zones only.
Please include mock screen shots of your mobile app.
4. A detailed plan including the rationale, approach and line-up of initiatives on how your company will educate users of the bicycle-sharing system on proper parking behaviour and safe riding to prevent accidents.
Data Specification Requirements:
GPS Required? Yes
Licensee shall provide to the Authority the following anonymised data according to the format required by the Authority (i.e. WGS84/ SVY21) through secured electronic means:
a) Location of all unhired devices, in intervals of up to 30 minutes, at least once
b) Trip start and end-time of all hired devices, not more than 5 minutes from the
start of hiring and the end of hiring, at least once weekly; and
c) Trip route data: location of hired devices at intervals of at least 30 seconds, at
least once weekly.