Citi Bike announced that in the year of 2017, they will be adding 6,000 blue bikes + 375 new Citi Bike stations around Manhattan and neighborhoods. #BlaNYCPRGirls can't believe it! This is one of the best news we have gotten this year.
First communities to see expansion being northern Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Long Island City and further into Bedford-Stuyvesant. Later expansion is planned for Astoria, Sunnyside, Red Hook, the Upper East Side, Upper West Side and Harlem #Issa
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Citi Bike's annual membership rate will change to $149/year. For the costumers who already have a $95 rate membership renewing is an option. You just need to wait for Citi Bike's announcement and deal options to decide if you stick to the standard or go premium city style! New York City is awesome! Citi Bike is awesome! #Thanks
The announcement comes after fiscal woes for Citi Bike's parent company, Alta, the city's partner in Citi Bike. Alta Bicycle Share announced on Tuesday a new CEO, Jay Walder, a former chairman of the MTA.