NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Citi Bike system is going electric in New York City once again.

Starting today, it’s rolling out a fleet of several hundred electric bicycles.

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The e-bikes will be available to rent at more than 900 bike stations around the city.

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The system is run by Lyft, and riders can access the bikes using either the Citi Bike or Lyft apps.

The e-bikes will cost $2.00 more for a standard 45-minute ride.

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They were briefly available in 2018 but had to be removed after some malfunctioned.