DublinbikesPosted on 18.07.2019

Just Eat dublinbikes Google Maps Update

Exciting news for Just Eat dublinbikes users! Google Maps has released a new update to their app that allows commuters in Dublin to locate their nearest dublinbikes station while also detailing how many bikes are at that station and how many spaces there are in real-time. The update should make locating and returning bikes much easier for users of the service around Dublin. 

Just Eat has been partnered with dublinbikes since 2017. The dublinbikes scheme is one of the most successful public bike share schemes in the world. Figures published in June 2017 show there are 68,883 long term members of the scheme. 96% of all journeys taken are completely free and the average journey time for users is just 15 minutes.

There are over 1,600 Just Eat dublinbikes available across 115 stations in Dublin. In November 2018 we celebrated 25 million journeys, while this year we launched our Cycle for Good campaign in support of Peter McVerry Trust. The scheme was provided by JCDecaux on behalf of Dublin City Council and celebrated its 10th year in operation this year. The goal of ‘Cycle for Good’ was to achieve 1,000,000 journeys over the course of a 10-week campaign, moving 10 people out of homelessness in Ireland.