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27th Mar 2018

Four New Dublin Bikes Stations Have Opened In The City Today

James Fenton

Four new Dublin Bikes stations are opening in the city today as part of a scheme to open 15 new stations in the coming months. 

From today, users are able to park at George’s Lane in Smithfield as well as at three locations in the vicinity of the Grangegorman DIT campus namely St. Brendan’s Way (South), the Clock Tower, and Ivy Avenue (North).

Once the expansion of the system is complete, it will take the number of Dublin Bikes stations in the city up to 116 and the number of bikes up to 1,600. 

Including the ones that opened today, the new stations will be at the following locations:

  • George’s Lane, Smithfield
  • Grangegorman Lower (South) at St. Brendan’s Way Entrance
  • Grangegorman Lower (Central) at Clock Tower
  • Grangegorman Lower (North) at DIT Ivy Avenue Entrance
  • Rathdown Road
  • Charleville Road
  • Avondale Road
  • Western Way (Broadstone)
  • Phibsborough Road
  • Mountjoy Square East
  • North Circular Road (O’Connell’s)
  • Merrion Square South
  • Wilton Terrace (Park)
  • Killarney Street
  • Buckingham Street Lower

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