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New bike station close to Yacht Club

New bike station close to Yacht Club

By Staff Writer - September 10, 2017

Photo: DR
Photo: DR

After the Thermes Marins electric bike station launched in May, the Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM) has now opened a new station close to the Monaco Yacht Club, located at the foot of the staircase connecting boulevard Louis II to Quai Louis II.

Monaco’s electric bicycle service now includes 17 stations and 105 bicycles. The Principality’s initiative in favour of eco-mobility is a great success with more than 700 subscribers.

Following the successive deployments of stations in recent years, the Principality’s electric bicycle service means that there is one bicycle for every 370 residents. The figure in Monaco is twice as large as the average recorded in Europe for areas between 50 and 500,000 inhabitants.


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