NYC Mayor Eric Adams, NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez, and Lyft today unveiled plans to expand and improve the Citi Bike system to meet ridership demand and growth and to promote cycling and micro-mobility.
Lyft, operator of Citi Bike, in partnership with its official wellness partner, Healthfirst, New York’s largest not-for-profit health insurer.
DOT and Lyft have identified priority areas to add additional station capacity to the Citi Bike system as part of a $100 million expansion over five years, funded by Lyft.
The New York City Department of Transportation and Lyft today joined City Council Transportation Chair Ydanis Rodriguez and Upper Manhattan community organizations.
Healthfirst and Lyft today announced a new First Ride Free campaign offering free Citi Bike rides to all new users between Saturday, August 29, and Saturday, September 12, 2020.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, and Lyft announced today that Citi Bike recently achieved its 100 millionth ride.
Low-income New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis can access more than just a book at the city’s three public library systems — as of this past week, they can get a free month of Citi Bike too.
The de Blasio Administration joined Lyft to today announce the boundaries of the planned expansion of Citi Bike over the next five years, which will bring the nation’s largest bike share system to a larger and more economically diverse range of communities.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, DOT and HRA today announced that Citi Bike would become more accessible to New Yorkers, by expanding Citi Bike’s $5 per month membership.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and Jay Walder, President & CEO of Motivate announced today that Citi Bike had achieved its 50 millionth ride since the system’s launch in May 2013.
NY Curbed reports that in just a week from now, Citi Bike’s planned expansion in Harlem will officially get underway.
NYC Street Blog reports that Citi Bike is helping New Yorkers connect to trains and buses, according to a new report from the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation [PDF].
Flanked by colleagues, Citi Bike riders and bike advocates, Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the City Council Transportation Committee, released this letter to Mayor de Blasio, signed by 34 Council Members, requesting funding in the upcoming budget for the expansion of Citi Bike to all five boroughs.
Flanked by colleagues, Citi Bike riders and bike advocates, Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the City Council Transportation Committee, will announce the widespread NYC Council support for public funding to continue Citi Bike’s expansion to all five boroughs in city budget on Wednesday.
City leaders and lawmakers met Monday to discuss the future of Citi Bike across the five boroughs and how best to expand the bike-share program.