About 114 million people used the city’s public bikes last year, averaging 313,600 a day. Peak day was May 20 with 448,600 users; peak month was May with 11.65 million users. July and August was the low season.
Since public bikes appeared in 2008, more than 600 million people have rented them for commuting and sightseeing, averaging 33 minutes per time. Busiest hours are from 7am to 9:30am and from 4pm to 6:30pm, according to official statistics.
The rental station at Anding Swimming Pool in Shangcheng District was the busiest of the 3,504 stations in the city, serving 359,750 people a year. Other busy stations are all near Metro Line 1.
Hangzhou’s public bike system is one of the largest in the world. The city added 3,000 bikes last year to bring the total to 84,100. It will open 80 more rental stations and replace 10,000 old bikes this year.
Source: Hangzhou International Center