"It’s fundamental to the success of serving the neighborhoods we want to serve," Lyft’s Caroline Samponaro says.
Lyft, Citi Bike’s owner, is no longer allowing riders to unlock their bikes in Transit.
Look out for 85 new docking stations in north Brooklyn and Queens this month
Eligible New Yorkers can pick up a gift certificate to the blue bikes at 55 libraries
The effort will double Citi Bike’s geographic scope
Only 16.5 percent of New Yorkers of color have access to Citi Bike
The bike-sharing program’s fleet of e-bikes will be grounded for a few more months
More than 61,000 riders have used dockless bikes on Staten Island since last summer
The company says the removal of e-bikes from NYC streets is "out of an abundance of caution"
A new, better mode of transport—but it’ll cost you
The move comes after Lyft officially acquired Motivate, Citi Bike’s parent company
Cycling is a small but important part of the larger L train mitigation plans
Everything you need to know about NYC’s new dockless two-wheelers.
The company replaces China-based ofo, who recently withdrew from the dockless bike pilot program.
Dockless bikes from Lime and Pace will be available on the Rockaway peninsula
More than 1,000 new bikes—including some pedal-assist electric bikes—are coming
The bike-sharing program celebrates its fifth anniversary with more riders than ever
Or, how riding nearly every type of transit available to New Yorkers gave me a renewed appreciation for what we have.
Four New Yorkers who use cycling as their primary mode of transportation sound off.
Cyclists always say that biking the popular tourist destination is truly terrible, but my ride was actually almost pleasant.
In all, Citi Bike will add 140 new stations and 2,000 new bikes across three boroughs, in this particular expansion.
The Department of Transportation will add 10 miles of protected bike lanes to city streets beginning this year.
Unsurprisingly, Manhattan neighborhoods featured heavily in the top five with just Park Slope being the odd one out.
Citi Bike officials are negotiating with the DOT to make the expansion a reality.
The latest proposal also calls for public funding to support a Citi Bike expansion.
The busiest Citi Bike stations tend to be the ones that are closest to NYC’s major transit hubs like Grand Central Terminal, Port Authority Bus Terminal, and Penn Station.
Citi Bike crushed its own records for the third consecutive year, with 2016 being the program’s most successful year yet. Over the course of 2016, riders took nearly 14 million trips.
DOT officials say there’s "no timetable" to expand the program into the two boroughs. Worth noting: the bike share program has already reached Jersey City.
Local officials are debating on whether the program should be supported through government funds.
Summer is a good time to hop on a bike and go for a ride around the city. And that's true even if you don't own your own set of wheels: Citi Bike is expanding into additional neighborhoods, adding 73 new docking stations.
On Monday, Citi Bike will begin construction on new bike docking stations in previously untouched areas of Upper Manhattan and Brooklyn. To aid costumers in locating the newest stations, Citi Bike launched an online map along with the announcement.
Starting August 2016, Citi Bike is starting it's next major expansion push — adding 140 new docking stations throughout the city. The bike sharing service wants to double its fleet from 6,000 bikes to 12,000 by sometime next year.