City transportation officials are celebrating the opening of new Citi Bike stations in Manhattan with an inaugural bike ride.
Multiple people had the same issue — they reached the docking station, only to find the bikes had a red light on, signaling they were in need of repair.
The bike-share network opened its first docking station in the borough in Long Island City on Wednesday.
The suit also claimed that bike parking has taken away a lane of traffic, leading to congestion of limousines in front of the hotel.
The suspects later used his credit cards at several locations including a McDonald’s restaurant.
Ninty-one new stations will be installed in early August, followed by an additional 48 stations on the Upper East and Upper West Sides.
A spokesperson for Citi Bike said the new bikes will have a comfier seat, a better gear system and a steadier kick stand.
Citi Bike is back up and running after weekend maintenance put much of the system out of service.
Anyone looking to deal with the brisk weather this weekend by taking a ride on Citi Bike is out of luck.
The few brave souls who tried to use Citi Bike amid the frigid temperatures Tuesday probably would up spinning their wheels.
Before dozens of Citi Bike docking stations begin popping up along the Upper West Side, City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal said they want to hear from the people who will be affected by them.
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.