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🚲 Lime to support Olympics with Paris offering

With the 2024 Olympics now less than a month away, Lime has recently announced their plan to support the city’s bike sharing offer by expanding to 4 areas in the suburbs.

In Hauts-de-Seine, Lime will be launching in Saint-Denis, Colombes and Nanterre. These are all locations of stadiums hosting Olympic events. In order: athletics and rugby sevens, hockey, and swimming and water polo.

In Versailles, the home of the pentathlon and equestrian events, 400 Lime bikes will be deployed around overflow car parks.


Blue-bike | 🚲
Expansion in the Limburg (BE) transport region. Fleet now has 248 bikes across 17 stations.

Bolt | 🛴
Launch in Liège (BE)

Comunauto | 🚗 (5)
Launch in Anthony (FR)

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