E-cargo bikes

E-cargo bikes transform the ways that deliveries are made across Milton Keynes

E-cargo bikes are available to lease to businesses in Milton Keynes

E-cargo bikes: transforming deliveries

E-cargo bikes have hit the streets of Milton Keynes as part of a new initiative to reduce congestion and reduce emissions.

Milton Keynes Council has introduced e-cargo bikes to its vehicle fleet in a drive to improve the ways that deliveries are made across the city.

The new bikes, which can carry up to 630 litres, will support businesses who are making deliveries across Milton Keynes. The aim is to reduce the reliance of cars and vans by providing a more sustainable alternative.

A number of bikes are being used by the Council’s tree and highway inspectors as a way of getting around the borough for their investigations. A fleet of 12 bikes are also available to local businesses to lease as part of the Get Around MK travel initiative.

E-cargo bikes for business

Businesses across Milton Keynes are encouraged to get on board and trial a new way to make deliveries across the city.

Under the councils e-cargo bike lease scheme, 12 bikes are available to businesses to loan at a heavily reduced rate on a short and long-term basis.

Capable of carrying loads of up to 630 litres, the bikes can replace cars or vans for most local journeys and are perfect for first and last mile deliveries.

If your business is making deliveries across the city, could you play your part in reducing transport emissions and making Milton Keynes a greener place to live and work?

Two of the councils eCargo bikes are on display in the Electric Vehicle Experience Centre in Central Milton Keynes.

Interested? Take a look at the promotional leaflet

Benefits of e-cargo bikes

  • Save money on fuel and vehicle costs
  • No more parking charges
  • Reduce transport emissions
  • Avoid traffic queues
  • Healthier and happier staff
  • Promotion – the bikes attract a lot of attention and can be branded
  • Be a pioneer!
  • Help our environment and be a part of the most ambitious carbon neutral plan in the world

How to get involved

Simple. Register here and let us know a bit more about your business.

 

I think electric bikes are the future, and I’m really proud that yet again Milton Keynes is leading the way.

Cllr Jenny Marklew, Cabinet Member for Sustainability

The e-cargo Bike Grant Fund scheme is funded by the Department for Transport and delivered by Energy Saving Trust.

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