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Location of planned DublinBikes stations (map)

Cllr Andrew Montague posted the following map to twitter (click image for a larger view), where he said:

  • “Map of proposed new Dublinbikes stations. Orange dots are existing stations, green are new”
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dublin bikes expansion map

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5 comments

  1. Supprised at the lack of stations along the P2P route west of the docklands. Also the two stations on grand canal st. and mount st. are off the canal route.

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  2. Because that area is part of a later phase of the overall plan, if it comes to fruition in it’s entirity.

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  3. Very disappointed that there is nothing in the entire north-east of the city. Especially along the S2S (Sutton to Sandycove) route. I was hoping that this expansion would breach the canals.

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