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Published on: 07-05-2019 Back

   A new chapter has opened in Budapest’s public transport: the Hungarian capital joined the club of     cities that offer public bike-sharing. By improving the conditions of cycling, this project aims to achieve     that more and more passengers would opt for cycling as their travel alternative to reach their     destinations within a short distance in Budapest. Thanks to a support of over €2.2 million from EU       Cohesion Policy, the stations are equipped with video surveillance camera systems and a computer       terminal that performs the identification of the users and it provides live information about the number of   bikes and docking stations available at each service point. Moreover, a total of 99 docking stations with     2,159 docking points and a fleet of 1,150 bicycles are now at the disposal of users in 11 districts of         Budapest.



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