“Abnormal” riding diary of shared bicycles

Spring is full of vigor and vitality.

The morning cherry trees of Wuhan University opened quietly, which is a seasonal sign of vitality germination.

The barbecue shop at the corner of Lanzhou street sells 6000 barbecues a day, which is a tense and orderly trend of returning to work and a concrete presentation of the national relay.

Most of the new Hangzhou people have returned to Hangzhou for ten days.

At 8:30 in the morning, holding the green health code, looking at the only way to go to the company three or four kilometers away from Gaode Map, the red icon glowed with the light of resumption.

After a little hesitation, Big Head changed the route to the bus stop, “It’s safer to ride a bike”.

On the day of returning to work, rows of blue and white shared bicycles stood quietly in the streets and alleys across the country, waiting to be “awakened” by more office workers.

In the current special period, these bicycles, or city ferries, become the “last mile” transfer vehicles for flash delivery of my brother; Or turn into a magic tool for running errands for first-line anti epidemic volunteers; Or it can become a special “vehicle” for returning workers to avoid cross infection on the way to work On the way to fight “pestilence”, the wheels roll.

Under the epidemic, these practitioners and service providers in different fields stick to their posts in various cities, while sharing bicycle wheels, recording their “abnormal riding” shuttle tracks.

There are also a group of operation and maintenance brothers who “refuse to go home” and become “men behind” sharing bicycles.

The spring river is warm, TA prophet.

This is a story about how bike sharing has always helped the city continue to operate from the epidemic prevention to the resumption of work.

Lu Dongfang, who is a city ferry passenger in Shanghai, rides 26 times a day as a flash off young brother.

With the true portrayal of “riding a halo bike 26 times a day”, he felt the unusual pulse of Shanghai during the epidemic.

With more than a year of work experience, Lu Dongfang has already understood Shanghai’s public transport network and found out a “subway+bicycle” distribution map of Shanghai.

In this special period, close contact and cross infection can also be avoided as much as possible.

After the resumption of work in Shanghai, many office workers also choose to travel by bike sharing.

From “working overtime” in Shanghai to today, every morning, six nights and ten nights, Master Lu shuttles through the streets of Shanghai, and uses the “subway+bike sharing” method to constantly meet the needs of this city.

In Lu Dongfang’s business, you can feel every “little red dot” in the city.

That is another kind of small “help seeking” signal sent by people: take the medicine urgently needed by parents living in another community from a woman; It took 68 minutes to complete the delivery demand of more than 40 kilometers from Zhongshan North Road to Huinan Road in Shanghai.

“I don’t work at ten o’clock every day, but once a few days ago, about one o’clock in the morning.”.

In the early morning of the same day, Lu Dongfang received an urgent document delivery demand.

At that time, the subway had stopped running, and there were few taxis.

There were almost only shared bicycles on the road.

From Yu Garden to East Nanjing Road, and then to Xiaonanmen, Lu Dongfang rode for three or four kilometers.

Over the past month, with the help of shared bicycles in the city, many Lu Dongfang people have helped countless people at home to solve urgent problems in the safest and fastest way, bringing another psychological “sense of urban security”.

“Occasionally, I was touched by the operation and maintenance brothers who were still putting cars and cleaning and disinfecting them in the middle of the night.” Their encounter seemed to light up the whole street in this special New Year, which is cold but full of lights on the street.

“When the May Day holiday is over, I will probably get a ticket to go home.” On the streets of Shanghai, 26 times a day, Lu Dongfang rides a shared bike to slide out of the track.

During this special period, It is worth remembering.

These days, the wheels are rolling on the way back to work.

Lu Dongfang still hasn’t stopped.

On the way back to work, the wheels of Chongqing community volunteers rolled 35 kilometers back and forth in Dianjiang County, Chongqing, more than 1600 kilometers away from Shanghai.

It is a city famous for its magical terrain.

During the epidemic, more than 150 community epidemic prevention volunteers returned to work and took an active part in the prevention and assistance work.

Lei Qiuyu, a sophomore from Chongqing University of Science and Technology, rode about 35 kilometers a day during the epidemic.

When he learned that he had ridden more than 280 kilometers in 8 days, Lei Qiuyu called it “incredible”.

My 14 day volunteer work and more than 280 kilometers of cycling distance are equivalent to the length of high-speed railway line to be built from Chongqing to Chengdu.

“My fixed location for volunteer work is a” three no “community in Dianjiang County (no property, no competent department, no one to defend things).

There are more than 70 families in the community.” Lei Qiuyu not only needs to stand guard in the community every day, to register the people in and out, but also needs to complete some “mobile” work.

Every two or three days, Lei Qiuyu needs to go to the Youth League Committee of the county to get materials, distribute them to several volunteer duty stations, and then help the Youth League Committee of the county to communicate with the relevant tasks of some duty stations face to face On the streets of Dianjiang County, Chongqing, volunteers rode a halo bike to Lei Qiuyu, who is now a college student.

They have joined the army of “no classes, no schools” and started his online teaching career.

For him, to unlock the bike sharing again, maybe on a sunny day, he called out some friends and rode to the county gym a few kilometers away from home to play basketball heartily.

Behind the bicycle wheels that support Lu Dongfang and Lei Qiuyu’s constant progress, there are a group of operation and maintenance personnel called “bicycle hunters”.

This is a special winter, and everything has become a little different.

At 5 a.m.

in the streets of Wuhan, Yu Haitao, 25, was a “blue and white” retrograde, a “bicycle hunter” in Wuhan..