Deputy Mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Dan Ștefan Tarcea, announced that the city has released 3,500 new ClujBike cards, and that they can be obtained from the local municipal offices.

In order to obtain a card, the applicant must present an ID, sign a contract and have a valid email address and phone number which will be used to communicate the details of the card credentials.

To learn more about ClujBike, and how it works, please see our detailed article here:

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