Public E-Bike Plan for Budapest Revealed

  • 10 Apr 2024 5:57 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Public E-Bike Plan for Budapest Revealed
Plans are for the public in Budapest to be able to rent e-bikes from 2026 as part of the Bubi system, with the current fleet doubling and the number of stations also increasing, Gergely Karácsony, the city’s mayor, said.

At the press conference held at the new MOL Bubi station on the Kopaszi dam, Karácsony said the Bubi 3.0 public bicycle rental system starting in January 2026 would have 4,500 bicycles available at more rental points around the city.
 

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