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TfL’s cycle hire boss urges Network Rail to provide more capacity at mainline stations

Deniz Huseyin
07 December 2017
At the National Cycle-Rail Awards TfL`s David Eddington called on Network Rail to provide more space for hire bikes at stations
At the National Cycle-Rail Awards TfL`s David Eddington called on Network Rail to provide more space for hire bikes at stations

 

More space for hire bikes is urgently needed at mainline railway stations in London to meet commuter demand, according to David Eddington, head of cycle hire at Transport for London (TfL). 

Secure, overnight lock-up facilities for the Santander cycles should be provided near stations, he said. Staff could wheel the bikes between docking stations and nearby storage facilities or do shuttle runs in vans, which would be “much better than transporting the bikes through the congestion of...

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