Public Bike Sharing System Launched In Budapest (Finally)

  • 8 Sep 2014 4:30 AM
Public Bike Sharing System Launched In Budapest (Finally)
Budapest’s bike sharing system, dubbed Bubi, was launched on Monday. The message of the apple green bikes used in the system is that Budapest is a cycling-friendly city, said deputy mayor Balázs Szeneczey at the opening ceremony in the fifth district.

Mol Bubi represents a new mode of public transport that will enable anyone to hop on a bike, including those who do not have their own bike or commuters to Budapest, he said.

The testing of the system has been “completed successfully, without glitches”, he added.


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