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Citi Bike

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Upper West Side »

Residents pointed to a number of proposed locations that they believe will be too dangerous. 

Upper West Side »

The board is worried new Citi Bike riders will get hurt without a northbound protected bike lane.

Carroll Gardens »

The Department of Transporation is hosting a Community Board 6 planning meeting on Thursday. 

Crown Heights »

The incident happened on a Saturday night near Rogers Avenue in Crown Heights.

TriBeCa »

There have been 27 thefts so far this year, compared to just one last year.

Flatiron »

He's been robbing people in Gramercy, Midtown and Flatiron, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The new stations will reach as far as Utica Avenue and enrollment will start this summer, DOT says.

Upper West Side »

The 39 stations will mostly sit along roadways and not on sidewalks, DOT officials said.

Red Hook »

The blue bikes are headed to Brooklyn's Community Board 6.

Mott Haven »

Police spotted 27-year-old Prince Jamieson with the bike on April 21.

Lower East Side »

Police said the man got angry after the worker asked him to leave because he was making a mess.

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.

Upper East Side »

DNAinfo is compiling an ongoing map of where you want Citi Bike stations to be located.

Upper West Side »

The extended Columbus Avenue lane will better connect it to the Ninth Avenue lane, the DOT said.