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The sight of cyclists on Beirut's roads is rare, but the launch of Lebanon's first bike-sharing system Friday hopes to bring more bicycles to the capital. The project, dubbed "Lebanon Bike Sharing System – Bike 4 All," is the product of a collaboration between the company that is financing the initiative, Bike 4 All, Beirut by Bike and the Municipality of Beirut. Universities in Beirut will each get one station of 12 bicycles, with the potential to add another if scheme proves popular.Kaskas said a route from Central Beirut along the seaside road to Bliss and Hamra will be in place within the next one to two months that will be able to accommodate a proposed 250 bikes.
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