Vélib' Métropole

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Vélib' Métropole
Owner Member cities of Syndicat Vélib' et Autolib' Métropole.
Locale Paris, France and 64 cities around.
Transit type Bicycle sharing system
Number of stations 666[1]
Began operation 1 January 2018
Operator(s) Smovengo
Number of vehicles 3,000[1]

Vélib' Métropole is an as yet unrealized large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Paris, France and 64 surrounding cities. Launched on 1 January 2018, it replaces the previous successful Vélib' system that was managed by the city of Paris. It doesn't work[2]. The City of Paris has set an ultimatum to fix the service by September 2018[3].

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  1. ^ a b As of 26 April 2018
  2. ^ Chrisafis, Angelique (2018-05-04). "Wheels come off Paris bike-share scheme after €700m". the Guardian. Retrieved 2018-08-08.
  3. ^ "Last vélo in Paris". POLITICO. 2018-08-07. Retrieved 2018-08-21.

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