Bublr Bikes announced Monday a plan to continue investing in its
infrastructure by adding 20 stations in the next few months.
Each station has an average
of eight to 10 bicycles for rent, Kevin Hardman with Bublr Bikes
said. After the additional bike stations are installed, Bublr
Bikes will operate 30 stations with a network of about 250 to
We have a long range view
of our success in Milwaukee and beyond. There are a lot of great
things happening. We are excited to be growing, Hardman said.
Hardman said the exact
locations of the new stations will be announced in the coming
weeks. With the Bublr Bikes network already being located in
downtown Milwaukee, he said the expansion will occur outward
from the downtown area. Also, stations will be installed within
a half-mine of an existing station so they are convenient for
walking, he said.
Funding for the 20-station
Bublr Bikes expansion comes from a grant provided by the city of
Milwaukee, as well as private fundraising.
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