You will move faster than on foot, avoid traffic jams and will not have to waste time looking for a parking space.
Vilnius is becoming more and more convenient to move around with environmentally friendly means that not only protect nature, but also save our time. Avoid traffic jams by riding a bike! 🚀
Why is it worth to ride a bike?
It is estimated that 1 km of travel by bicycle costs only 0.08 EUR, while by car – 0.50 EUR.
You will reduce the noise in the city, contribute to the preservation of nature, less air pollution.
Research has shown that physical health improves mood, guarantees a great sense of well-being and helps maintain great physical shape.
What should every cyclist or scooter rider know?
A bicycle is a means of transport – make sure it is in good technical condition.
Don’t lose your vigilance while riding a bike – watch and hear what’s happening around you.
Respect other road users and be friendly to them – make sure other road users can see you, try to make eye contact.
Don’t forget to protect yourself and the others: try to hold the steering wheel with both hands while driving, do not hold hot drinks or the phone.
Road Traffic Rules that you should remember
🟢 When riding a bicycle, keep to the right, when maneuvering be sure to look around, show the maneuver sign – raise your hand to indicate a turn and only then change the direction of travel.
🟢 Bicycles, like other vehicles, have a right-hand rule: when there are no right-of-way signs, you must pass road users moving from the right side.
🟢 Be more visible in the dark – wear clothes with reflective elements.
🟢 Remember that if it rains or in low temperatures, the surface can be slippery and the stopping distance will be longer than usual, so choose streets with less traffic for your trip.
Special parking spaces in Vilnius for electric scooters
Let’s enjoy the streets of Vilnius TOGETHER!
From 2023 September 1st in the center of the capital e. scooters can only be left in special parking areas. This way of parking on city streets will help to accommodate everyone. We will see less and less unexemplary parking at intersections, bus stops, across the sidewalk, pedestrian or bicycle paths.
Currently, there are over 80 parking spaces, mainly: Konstitucijos pr., Upės St., Gedimino pr., A. Goštauto St., Pylimo st., Maironio st.