Over the past year, photos of shared-bike graveyards in China - where the global bike-sharing boom first started - have gone viral, depicting thousands of unused and damaged bikes piled high in landfills the size of football fields.
In Singapore, the introduction of dockless bike-sharing - where bicycles are unlocked and rented using a mobile app, without docking stations - has led to similar problems, albeit on a smaller scale.
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