Bicycles Helping Ireland’s Capital To Go Green

Bicycles Helping Ireland’s Capital To Go Green

The city of Dublin is encouraging cycling with free bike schemes and bike to work programs.

Naresh Kumar
  • 19 april 2010

The city council of Dublin, Ireland launched a free bicycle scheme last year in which 450 specially-made bikes were made available from 40 stations around the city. The bicycle needs a credit card to use it, and is free for the first half an hour costing 6.50 Euros for four hours. The city council claims that the scheme is a runaway success with over 500,000 trips made since its inception.

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