Israel Railways sets bike rental tender

The service will be provided first as a year-long pilot program at Tel Aviv's central station - through which over 650,000 passenger trips are made each month - before expanding to other stations.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
August 24, 2006 06:45

 
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Israel Railways published a tender for proposals to operate bicycle and moped rental and storage services at the country's train stations, as part of efforts to expand passenger amenities, the company said Wednesday. "The aim is to provide Israel Railways' passenger public with a service to rent bicycles and mopeds, with which they can continue their journey from the train stations to their destination," the company said. The service will be provided first as a year-long pilot program at Tel Aviv's central station - through which over 650,000 passenger trips are made each month - before expanding to other stations. The tender closes September 14.

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