MOL reopens Bubi station near Millenáris Park

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Hungarian oil and gas company MOL has reopened its MOL Bubi docking station in Kis Rókus utca, District II, near Millenáris Park, growing the number of the companyʼs bike-sharing stations to 157.

Public transport company BKK director Ivett Varga noted that the company is planning to give MOL Bubi a greater role in the capitalʼs transport system. She added that several related innovations are in progress.

The reopened and relocated station is part of the Millenáris Széllkapu development. The terminal and docks were financed by the investing company, while BKK was responsible for the design, licensing and system integration. The latter company is also tasked with operating the new station.

MOL Bubi users can now enjoy some 2,071 bicycles at MOLʼs stations. Information about the bike-sharing network, registration, and tickets is available here.

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