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Lima plans public bike system


The Peruvian capital Lima is set to install a public bike system with 10,500 bikes in the districts of Miraflores, San Isidro and San Borja. The project is supported by the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF), non-profit sustainable cities organisation La Ciudad Humana and the mayors of the three districts, which account for 250,000 of Lima’s 8.5 million people. As the financial and commercial centres of the city they see about 1.4 million people travel through them each day. The system is expected to cost US$10,000 with US$7,000 raised annually from advertising and sponsorship.

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