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Dublin Bikes users across the capital were left stranded on Monday after faulty connections at numerous stations prevented cyclists from collecting bikes.
The Dublin Bikes rental scheme posted on its website that a “significant number of Coca-Cola Zero Dublin Bikes stations” had been disconnected from the network since this morning.
A statement from the company wrote: “Our data communications supplier is working on the issue with the aim of restoring service as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”
Nearly 70,000 people are signed up to Dublin’s bike rental scheme as long-term subscribers. There are more than 1,500 bikes at 102 stations dotted across the north and south of the city stretching from Kilmainham to the Dockhands.
The bike service has been in operation in Dublin since 2009 as a partnership between outdoor advertising company JC Decaux and Dublin City Council. In 2014 the scheme signed a three-year deal with Coca-Cola and last week it announced that online takeaway order company Just East would become the new sponsor.