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《Seoul to set up charging stations and parking spaces for electric kickboards near subway stations》 The city of Seoul plans to set up facilities for electric kickboard riders near subway stations where they can charge and park their vehicles. The Seoul Transportation Corporation (Seoul Metro) announced on Oct. 21 that it signed a memorandum of understanding(MoU) with the software developer KSTI last Tuesday to set up facilities for electric kickboards near entrances to the city's subway stations. The collaboration is aimed to solve emerging safety and street parking issues brought on by the increasing use of electric kickboards. Through this deal, KSTI will set up and operate charging stations and helmet rental shops near the entrances while Seoul Metro will provide the land sites and be in charge of addressing licensing issues with related organizations.  "We are planning to set up about five facilities within the next year and expand the number if we see positive outcomes," said an official at Seoul Metro.  Seoul Metro and KSTI are also considering introducing a new pricing policy that kickboard riders can get discounts on renting kickboards if they park their vehicles at the upcoming kickboard stations to take trains. In a move to help materialize this plan, KSTI is planning to develop a new platform where riders can directly book and pay for kickboard use.
Oct 24, 2020 12:04 AM
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《Seoul to set up charging stations and parking spaces for electric kickboards near subway stations》 The city of Seoul plans to set up facilities for electric kickboard riders near subway stations where they can charge and park their vehicles. The Seoul Transportation Corporation (Seoul Metro) announced on Oct. 21 that it signed a memorandum of understanding(MoU) with the software developer KSTI last Tuesday to set up facilities for electric kickboards near entrances to the city's subway stations. The collaboration is aimed to solve emerging safety and street parking issues brought on by the increasing use of electric kickboards. Through this deal, KSTI will set up and operate charging stations and helmet rental shops near the entrances while Seoul Metro will provide the land sites and be in charge of addressing licensing issues with related organizations. "We are planning to set up about five facilities within the next year and expand the number if we see positive outcomes," said an official at Seoul Metro. Seoul Metro and KSTI are also considering introducing a new pricing policy that kickboard riders can get discounts on renting kickboards if they park their vehicles at the upcoming kickboard stations to take trains. In a move to help materialize this plan, KSTI is planning to develop a new platform where riders can directly book and pay for kickboard use.
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October 24, 2020
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Dylan
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English, Korean
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English