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Thursday, July 19, 2007 

The future of urban transport?

(Sorry for the non-Damascene nature of this post)

For €29 a year in Paris, you can ride one of these new public bikes for up to half an hour, and drop it off at another part of the city.

Other European cities have tried similar schemes, but on much smaller scales (there are thousands in Paris, and about 50 in London).

More here.

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