BROOKLYN — Citi Bike has hit Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens and Red Hook as the bike sharing program continues its expansion into Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Ten stations in the neighborhoods, including the Columbia Waterfront District, have been installed as of Wednesday afternoon, according to Citi Bike's real-time station map.
Here are the new stations ready for riders:
► Congress Street and Clinton Street
► Butler Street and Court Street
► Henry Street and Degraw Street
► Clinton Street and Union Street
Red Hook and Columbia Street Waterfront District
► Commerce Street and Van Brunt Street
► Richards Street and Delevan Street
► Henry Street and West 9th Street
► Columbia Street and Carroll Street
► Columbia Street and Degraw Street
► Columbia Street and Kane Street
The Brooklyn expansion, which began in early August, also includes the installation of docks in upper Manhattan from 86th Street to 110th Street. About 50 percent of the expansion has been completed, a Citi Bike spokeswoman said.
There are 78 stations on deck for Brooklyn's Community Board 6, which also includes Park Slope and Gowanus. Upcoming stations include one near Red Hook's Fairway Market and another by the Smith-9th Street subway stop.
The expansion is set to bring Citi Bike's fleet to 10,000 bikes by the end of the year, officials have said.