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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Oslo Bysykkel app.
The Oslo Bysykkel app.
Truck with city bikes.
Truck with city bikes.

Oslo Bysykkel ("Oslo City Bike") is a public bicycle sharing system in Oslo, Norway which is owned and operated by Urban Infrastructure Partner on behalf of Clear Channel Communications and in collaboration with the city of Oslo. The municipality makes outdoor advertising space available, which is used for city bike space. Oslo Bysykkel members can locate and unlock bikes with the Oslo Bysykkel app or on a screen at the stations. Bicycles can be borrowed between 06:00 and midnight, for 45 minutes at a time, with trip extensions costing 5 kroner for each additional 15 minutes. The bikes can be borrowed for a total of 6 hours and 45 minutes. [1]

Structure

There are currently (March 2017) about 172 rental hubs.[2]

Financing

Membership in the sharing system costs 399 kr per year for individuals. Besides that, the entire system is financed by advertising sold and managed by Clear Channel Communications. The advertising is displayed on the bikes, on outdoor billboards set up in connection with the bike stalls and standalone billboards in the city centre.

Clear Channel Communications runs similar projects in Barcelona, Zaragoza, and Stockholm with identical bikes and hub systems. As of 2007, similar schemes are also in effect in other European cities, including JCDecaux's Aix-en-Provence, Rouen, Barcelona (Bicing), Brussels, Lyon (Vélo'v), Nantes (Bicloo), Paris (Vélib), Toulouse, Seville (Sevici), Vienna, Sandnes, and others Pamplona (Cemusa), Copenhagen, OYBike, Call a Bike (Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Stuttgart, Munich, Karlsruhe), Copenhagen/Helsinki/Aarhus (CIOS), Stockholm and Zaragoza.

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