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Limerick could get public bike scheme

The Limerick Leader says plans are afoot for a public bike scheme for Limerick, but private funding is needed

15th November, 2011
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Limerick could get its own version of the Dublin public bike scheme, if adequate funding can be secured from the private sector, according to a report in the Limerick Leader.

The newspaper said research commissioned by the National Transport Authority had found it would be feasible to roll out the scheme at a cost of around €5 million over 15 years.

The research suggested that 165 bikes would be involved at 20 docking stations.

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