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Bixi Toronto has signed up 700 people!

It was only 6 days ago that we reported that Bixi Toronto had passed the 600 annual subscribers mark, and now we’re happy to tell you that they’ve passed the 700 level.

This means that 700 Torontonians have each plunked down $95 ($107 with HST) for a membership that gives them unlimited rides around the downtown core.  There needs to be 1000 people signed up before Nov. 30th for the system to launch in May 2011.

Have you signed up yet?  It’s $95 (+HST = $107.35) for an entire year!  That gives you unlimited free rides for an entire year (as long as your trip is less than 30 minutes).

There will be 1,000 Bixi bikes sprinkled all over the downtown core (click for map) at 80 Bixi stations… all between Bloor, Jarvis, Lake Ontario and Spadina.  The perfect transportation option for downtown zipping around.

Check out our Bixi Toronto Information Page for more info!

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