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Episode 16 BIXI: Toronto's proposed Public BIke System
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Publish-date-icon October 4, 2010
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Following on Montreal's success BIXI is proposed to launch in Toronto in spring 2011.

BIXI is a public bike system which will allow subscribers ($95 per year, $40 per month, $5 per day) unlimited use of 1000 bikes from 80 docking stations around the downtown core. The initial 30 minutes is free.

But before the private company that will operate BIXI will go ahead, they want to see at least 1000 subscribers by the end of November 2010.
To find out more about BIXI Peter Stock met with , Daniel Egan, the man behind Toronto's cycling infrastructure. He also visited a BIXI demo and interviewed some Torontonians about whether they'll sign up.

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