City of Windhoek municipal councillors have agreed to implement the ‘Ebikes4Windhoek Project’ as it moves away from traditional transport to non-motorised transport. Nampa reports that through this project, which is to cost N$ 3.5 million, the City will procure 70 bicycles of which 35 will be E-bikes, while the remaining will be conventional. The city council’s monthly report availed at the council meeting last week said the project aims to promote cycling culture in Windhoek, create access to sustainable transport, and lower transportation cost. The project will be financed through funding that CoW received from the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative and will be administered by GIZ Namibia, with the pilot scheme targeting students from the University of Namibia and Namibia University of Science and Technology.