The new stations are located at Lindholmen Science Park at Lindholmspiren 3-5 and Lindholmsallén 12, and at Volvo Campus Lundby (B entrance).
Each station has places for 20 bicycles, and everything is in place from February 23.
“We see this as a very positive addition to the transportation solutions already available to and from Lindholmen. It will be easy to borrow a bicycle, for example to get to a meeting, or to bring on the ferry across the river for an errand in the city center. Together, we need to promote different solutions that can interact in the field of ‘mobility as service’,” says Niklas Wahlberg, CEO of Lindholmen Science Park.
To rent a bicycle, a subscription is necessary. A three-day subscription can be purchased at a bicycle station, or a season subscription can be purchased online. The first 30 minutes are always free, regardless of how many times a day you rent. The second half hour then costs SEK 10, the third half hour SEK 20, and the fourth half hour (and longer) SEK 40.
All this information can be found on the Styr & Ställ website.
In cooperation with the parking company, it will eventually also be possible to book a bicycle through their parking app.
The establishment of Styr & Ställ at Lindholmen and Lundby is a collaboration between Göteborgs Stads Parkering, Lindholmen Science Park, Volvo Group and Älvstranden Utveckling.