A spokesman for Dublin City Council welcomed the extra funding but confirmed that talks have not concluded with JCDecaux — the advertising company which runs the bike sharing scheme and owns the rights to the design of the bicycles and docking systems.
Dublinbikes last week racked up a new daily record of over 7,000 rentals. Here’s the press release from the city council:
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Dublin City Council have announced details of the planned expansion of the on street rental Dublin Bikes: dublinbikes gearing up to expand capacity Dublin City Council’s Transportation and Traffic Strategic Policy Committee has voted … Read more
The first details of the expansion of the DublinBikes system were mentioned on the news on Thursday night on RTE2 (see RTE Player). The expansion will include more bikes, more … Read more