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What's the Next Stop for CitiBike?

Oliver Morrison, City Limits (nonprofit news agency), covers the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity's Ride On: NYC's CitiBike Share Program event on September 17th.
What's the Next Stop for CitiBike?


What's the Next Stop for CitiBike?


New York (September 18, 2013)

The officials who administer New York's Citibike program are looking to expand into several Brooklyn neighborhoods soon with 1,000 new bikes and 90 new stations, with plans for even more down the line.

Most of the early data officials released at a panel at Baruch College on Tuesday night underscored just how successful the program has been relative to early projections. Citibike was hoping to attract 60,000 members in its first year. Already it has attracted 80,000 in just its first three months. Citibike has outperformed other cities with similar but more established programs, like London, in one of their key measures: The program records about six rides per bicycle per day.

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