Nearly 200,000 use Budapest bike sharing system
Total users of Budapest's bike sharing system, jointly operated by oil and gas company MOL and Hungarian Transport Center (BKK), exceeded 200,000 in the first two months after the launch of the system, Hungarian daily Népszabadság reported today.
Almost 5,000 passes for the system, dubbed "MOL BuBi" – the abbreviation of Budapest Bike – were sold during the period and the number of registered users has already exceeded 9,000.
The Budapest Public Transport Centre (BKK) was paid a HUF 180 mln indemnity for the late launch of the system.
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