DHL Express to cut vans from roads as it develops Cubicyle for New York streets

September 17, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

DHL Express has finally bypassed a problem that held back the roll out of its Cubicycle system in the US. 
Already operating in The Netherlands, the Cubicycle is quad–cycle capable of carrying up to 125kg of shipments, with most cycle couriers using it covering 50km a day. 
Chief executive of DHL Express Americas, Mike Parra, said it would be ideal for DHL’s operations in Manhattan. 
However, a quirk of New York State law does not recognise the four-wheeled cycle as a bike, instead designating ...

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