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LimeBike signs agreement with Notre Dame and affiliate campuses

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LimeBikes are officially debuting on the campus of Notre Dame.

The university announced Wednesday that it’s signed an agreement with LimeBike to host 175 of the bright green bikes. The bikes can be used by anyone, including students, faculty, and visitors.

It costs just $1 to unlock a bike for 30 minutes. However, anyone with a nd.edu email address can get a discounted rate of 50 cents for every 30 minutes.

Also, Saint Mary’s College is getting 50 LimeBikes on its campus, and Holy Cross College has also agreed to host the bikes.

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