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Belfast Bikes is ‘out-performing’ London’s hire scheme

Deniz Huseyin
03 December 2015
A new docking station has opened in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter
A new docking station has opened in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter


The Belfast Bikes hire scheme has expanded its network of docking stations by three, taking the total to 33 across the city centre. The three new docking stations are in the Titanic Quarter, opposite the Belfast Metropolitan College building, with the other two at Queen’s University. 

The Belfast Bikes scheme, which was launched in April, is funded by Belfast City Council and the Department for Regional Development, sponsored by Coca-Cola Zero and run by NSL. 

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