The City of Kigali in partnership with GURARIDE Rwanda has embarked on a campaign to promote non-motorized transport as one of the resource efficient travel modes that is environmentally friendly, improves health of citizens, and is safe for users.
As part of this partnership, Gura Universal Link GURARIDE Rwanda is now installing modern green mobility ridesharing docking stations across two networks (City Center and Gisimenti- Kimironko corridors). Each station has provision for at least five bikes.
GURARIDE BIKESHARE is leading the charge in introducing & sustaining micromobility in Africa starting with Rwanda.
— Tony B. Adesina (@tonybadesina) September 8, 2020
The bikes will be used free of charge for the first three months with fair ride costs to be introduced subsequently. This will be the first phase of the bike share rollout, and the network will be expanded to other parts of the city as feasible.