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September 3rd, 2007

A SCHEME allowing commuters to pedal to work using unclaimed bicycles found by the police is being launched to improve fitness.

It is hoped the project in Inverness - the first of its kind in the UK - will be adopted in other towns and cities across Scotland.
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Commuters will be encouraged to ride to their offices after picking up the bikes at a city centre car park. The scheme is being launched on September 12 to coincide with the EU’s In Town Without My Car day.

One of the backers of the plan is the Inverness and Nairn Transport Forum, and a spokesman for the group said it was part of its attempt to get commuters to use alternative methods of travel.

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