Dublin City Council and JCDecaux Ireland have announced that Just Eat will become the new commercial partner of dublinbikes in a three-year agreement.
The Just Eat dublinbikes will be visible on the streets of Dublin from the end of August.
In addition to the livery of the bikes, the docking station screens, service vehicles, staff uniforms and associated inventory will all also be rebranded as Just Eat dublinbikes.
Speaking ahead of the announcement an tArdmhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath Mícheál Mac Donncha said
“Dublin city has had the benefit of a world class bike share scheme since 2009. Over that period the scheme has gone from strength to strength.
“With almost 20 million journeys taken so far it is recognised as one of the most successful bike schemes in the world, which is something that Dublin can be proud of.
“This commercial partnership with Just Eat will play an important role in further developing the success of the scheme and in the promotion of cycling in the city.”
Owen Keegan, Chief Executive, Dublin City Council said:
“It is vital for Dublin city that the public have access to viable and sustainable modes of transport.
“dublinbikes has played a huge part in the accelerated growth of cycling in Dublin and it is now rightly seen as integral to the public transport network.
“The scheme will become even more accessible with the introduction of 15 new stations and 100 new bikes when the Grangegorman expansion is rolled out later on this year. Having Just Eat on board as a commercial partner enables us to provide enhancements to the scheme at no additional cost to the city.”
Amanda Roche Kelly Managing Director Just Eat Ireland said:
“Just Eat and dublinbikes are, in so many ways, the ideal partners.
“In the case of dublinbikes it’s helping people to get around the city more easily, whilst for Just Eat, it’s helping hungry commuters find their flavour by ordering their favourite foods for delivery when and where they want online and via the Just Eat app.
“Together we believe that Just Eat and dublinbikes can have a bigger impact on the communities where we are located, connecting local restaurants with busy city commuters whilst ultimately encouraging more people to use dublinbikes to get around the city.”