Budapest Bike-sharing Scheme Expands in District III
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Budapest's Mol Bubi bike-sharing scheme, operated by the Budapest Public Transport Center (BKK) with the support of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, added another seven docking stations in District III, in the north of the capital, on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Mayor Gergely Karácsony called Mol Bubi a "genuine success story", adding that people in the city now have a "buffet" of transport options from which to choose.
BKK CEO Katalin Walter noted that Mol Bubi now has 190 docking stations and 2,260 bikes.
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