Following in the footsteps of Paris and London, New York City is launching the long-awaited Citi Bike share program Monday. With an end goal of 600 stations and 10,000 bikes, this project is reshaping how New Yorkers and tourists alike can explore all the city has to offer. With a day, week, or annual pass, riders will be able to use the bikes for any number of individual trips up to 30 minutes in length. PolicyMic’s own Whitney Sher took Citi Bike for a test drive. Read what she had to say.
There is a $95 Annual Membership, $9.95 day pass, and $25 week pass.
Sign up here for any one of the three Citi Bike plans and check out the detailed neighborhood-by-neighborhood station map, or the Google Maps station map, to find the Citi Bike terminal closest to you.