Bucharest has launched a new network of automated bike-sharing stations to help ease traffic and contribute to greater urban mobility in the Romanian capital.

I’Velo Urban, which was unveiled yesterday, is a project by Romanian environmental NGO Green Revolution, Raiffeisen Bank and retailer Kaufland Romania.

The network consists of six automated stations in the most important areas in the city, on public transport routes with high numbers of passengers. It includes 210 bicycles that can be rented 24 hours a day in any season.