Bike Share Stations Set to Open in Brooklyn Next Month

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Brooklynites will soon be able to rent bicycles through the city’s bike share program. The city has been installing stations throughout Brooklyn, Midtown and Lower Manhattan to be ready when the program launches next month. Thousands of New Yorkers signed up for the program after registration opened yesterday.

Read more about the city program at The New York Times. For a Brooklyn focus, head to the Brooklyn Eagle.

 

One Response to “Bike Share Stations Set to Open in Brooklyn Next Month”

  1. Maurice
    April 16, 2013 at 3:25 PM #

    The stands are already in place in Williamsburg but there were no bikes. It’ll be interesting to see what other communities will be getting the program. I can’t wait to see obesity rates on the the decline.

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