The City Council is considering a new plan that would allow riders to dock their bikes at PATH train stations in Jersey City and then hop on another bike when they arrive in Manhattan.
An audit of New York’s bike share program reveals spotty maintenance, poor cleanliness and defective parking stations.
This week, a local investment firm struck a deal to buy the Oregon company that has been operating Citi Bike.
The sale would mean an increase in annual membership from $95 to about $145.
Bicycling Magazine’s editor said ranking high in the magazine’s list is a sign of a healthy city.
A bad paint job helped police catch an alleged thief, CBS 2 reported.
The Citi Bike program could almost double in size if a big new funding deal goes through.
Rep. Joe Crowley believes extending the commuter pretax benefit to bike shares could encourange expansion of the Citi Bike program.
Citi Bike said riders have pedaled over 14 million miles to date, but the bike-share program has had its share of issues, from controversy over the loss of parking spots to the cost for daily and hourly riders.
New York is now a cycling city.
A Citi Bike rack near the Plaza Hotel will be staying right where it is.
The head of the Citi Bike program is resigning from his post, program officials announced Wednesday.
The program that operates the ubiquitous blue bikes is in the red. Without an infusion of green, the bike share program could fade to black.
Citi Bike is wildly popular with 98,000 New Yorkers signed up for a $95 annual membership, yet it’s thus far unprofitable and remains in the red.
Ronald Corwin, of Westport, Conn., says he flipped over the bike after his front wheel hit a low barrier installed next to the bicycle docking station on Oct. 25.