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.
The three cities are joining forces to roll out a regional bike share program by this summer.
The iconic Plaza Hotel is known for its beauty inside and out. The hotel’s management, however, calls the 58-bike Citi Bike rack that sits steps from from its lobby an “eyesore.”
A spokesman said Sunday that the Citi Bike program has been a wild success since it was launched in much of New York City in late May.
The 30,000 LED lights on the New Year’s Eve ball at Times Square are being fueled in part by pedal power.
The head of the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association worries plow operators won’t see some docking stations under the snow.
With the largest electric bus fleet in the world and a number of carbon emission-saving options, finding a way to make your commute greener in New York City has never been easier.
Last Friday, fire officials said that a man struck a barrier in Midtown and fell on his head. He was rushed to the hospital unconscious.
If you use the CitiBikes that are parked around the city, you are advised to be careful because you could hurt yourself before you even get going.
Friends of Petrosino Square and others argued the station should’ve been shifted to an on-street car-parking area across the street. They also said the station disrupted an area dedicated for public art.
The Plaza Hotel, a place where you can park your Rolls Royce at the curb and perhaps ask for Grey Poupon on your hot dog. But, is the Plaza any place for a Citi Bike rack?
New York City’s bike-share program was love at first sight for many riders, but now some are having second thoughts.
Citi Bike users – many of them already frustrated by other problems with the program – have now learned that their personal information has been compromised.
Bike Riders in New York City have pedaled more than a million miles since the start of the Bike Share Program, but now experts are concerned that some people may be setting themselves up for injury.