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The end of the motorcycles era
Latest Updated by 2007-01-16 15:29:43
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A motorcycle on Guangyuan Road yesterday. [Guangzhou Daily]

Traffic police will detain motorcycles from today. [Guangzhou Daily]

A new bike! [Guangzhou Daily]

Master Lin is dedicated to motorcycle repairs.[Guangzhou Daily]

The locals use bikes instead of motorcycles. [Guangzhou Daily]

Master Lin feels a little sad about the end of motorcycle riding.[Guangzhou Daily]

Master Lin has repaired motorcycles for 67 years.[Guangzhou Daily]

Guangzhou government began to prohibit motorcycle riding on Jan, 1st, 2007 but permitted a 15 day grace period which ends, today (Jan.16), the deadline for the ending of motorcycle riding in Guangzhou. Traffic police will detain motorcycles and strengthen their efforts of management at night. Motorcycle riders will be fined 200 yuan. 

'The Last Supper' of Motorcycle Taxi Drivers

Thanks to dramatically reduced competition, some motorcycle taxi drivers earned more during the past 15 days. "Following the ban on driving motorcycles, there were fewer drivers on the roads." said Mr. Liu. He gained about one thousand yuan over the past two weeks.

The Last Day of Motorcycle Repair Shop

Master Lin is a 78 years old professional motorcycle repair man. After more than 60 years of repair work, he feels a little bit sad about the end of motorcycle riding.

Special Management of 'Handicapped Taxis'

The Guangzhou municipal traffic police department announced that it will strengthen control over illegal operations of disabled person's vehicles. Handicapped riders of scooters are banned for taking either passengers or goods. Illegal operators of handicapped scooters will be detained and the driver will be fined several hundred yuan at most.

Editor: Yan

By: Source: www.lifeofguangzhou.com
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