Bike share

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Yorkville »

A Community Board 8 committee said it would write a letter to the DOT demanding its removal.

Bed-Stuy »

"Bed-Stuy Bikes!" helps to kick off the school year with games and more at Marcy Playground on Sunday.

Red Hook »

Stations for the blue bikes are being installed throughout the neighborhoods. 

Carroll Gardens »

After postponing an update meeting last month, the DOT is scheduled to discuss the rollout May 19.

Union Square »

The bike-share program will charge members $6 more per year, a 4 percent increase over the old cost.

Midtown »

The service shut down Friday night in anticipation of the blizzard. 

Upper West Side »

Bike and Roll has held the contract for the past six years and has increased revenue. 

Bed-Stuy »

At least six new stations were installed in the neighborhood Friday.

Long Island City »

Officials cut the ribbon on the first bike share station in the borough on Wednesday.  

Governors Island »

The bike share program has expanded to Governors Island.

Long Island City »

There are 11 stations planned for the neighborhood, where Citi Bike is set to launch this year.

Midtown »

The bike-share system will be offline all weekend, beginning Friday 10 p.m.

Long Island City »

The price of a yearly bike share membership will increase to $149, officials said.

Astoria »

The DOT presented details of its bike share program to Queens Community Board 1 Tuesday night.

Lower East Side »

A review of city data shows very few low-income residents have purchased annual Citi Bike memberships.