- Citi Bike’s third wave of expansion was announced Tuesday, with new stations planned for the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.Â
- The Lyft-owned bike-share system says it will have 40,000 bikes â€” more than triple the current amount â€” online by 2023.Â
- However, the expansion comes amid a spate of cyclists killed by cars in New York City and activists say local politicians and police haven’t done enough to stop it.Â
- Earlier this month, a community group blasted Citi Bike for only serving white, wealthy citizens who already had transit access.
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Citi Bike, the bike-share program owned by Lyft, is expanding to the Bronx, company executives and New York City elected officials announced Tuesday.
Citi Bike / LyftThe latest expansion to the previously unserved borough as well as new neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan involves more than tripling the number bikes currently in the system to 40,000 by 2023, officials said. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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