The highly anticipated bike sharing program coming to NYC is beginning to blossom like the spring tulip buds.
After recovering from some Hurricane Sandy damage the next big step is to set up the bike sharing stations.
Deciding on where to put the stations, forcing it down neighbors throats like the NY Post [...]
First there were computer setbacks and then Hurricane Sandy did some damage to the storage facilities, but bike sharing is slated to begin operations in May (bike month) here in NYC.
In initial plans for rental stations, Park Slope was left out of the picture, but that has now changed.
A new draft map [...]
Transportation Alternatives is celebrating the new bike sharing program:
Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 7-10pm Roulette 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn. (@3rd Street)
Valet bike parking will be provided on a first come, first served basis
For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646 873-6036.
Details from TA:
Transportation Alternative’s Citi Bike Celebration [...]
Now that the new $41 million sponsored bike sharing program has been announced its had a little time to sink in. One of the resounding concerns with the new system is cost, with this being the most expensive share in the world. That’s so weird for NYC…not.
A number of news agencies have already [...]
Here’s an article on NYC’s upcoming bike sharing program and how you can get involved.
New York City bike sharing: coming this summer By: Channtal Fleischfresser Published: January 30, 2012
This summer, New York City will launch a bike sharing program featuring 10,000 new public bicycles at 600 bike sharing stations in Manhattan [...]
Until the city gets it’s bike sharing program off and running, you may want to consider this for an option for bike rental.
A message from Bike and Roll, NYC’s largest chain of bike rentals:
New York, NY
New York City is famous for cramming lots of stuff into small spaces, but [...]
Is a bike sharing program successful for reducing pollution, increasing efficiency of transport or revenue generating for a city? New York Times reporter, David Jolly, while researching Paris’s bike sharing, Velib program says it depends who you ask. One success may not show up on the balance sheet, but is more of a long [...]
Headed down to the 37th annual Atlantic Antic street festival with the family. (that’s my boy Max on the right) Besides the usual fried food and bouncy castles, there was some nice buzz for bikes. The D.O.T. was on hand not only handing out free helmets but also sizing them for people. Big line [...]