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The Bike-sharing World - Second Week of May 2012

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                     Drammen



May 2, 2012 brings back Bysykkel to the streets of Drammen, Norway after a long multi-year hiatus. This time 140 bikes and 15 stations are available for use in the city with the purchase of a kroner 90 ($15 US) subscription online.  Drammen Bysykkel was one of the first automated bike-sharing systems when launched in April 2001. Installed by Clear Channel just three years after its Vélo à la Carte in France, the system originally had 250 bikes and 28 stations. After the 2009 season, Bysykkel was suspended during negotiations between the City and Clear Channel. With everything settled, bike-sharing has returned to Drammen.

The Bike-sharing Blog provides information on the emerging public transport mode of bike-sharing. The Blog is provided byMetroBike, LLC, based in Washington, D.C., USA.

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