My Green World’s Blog

Bike sharing in NYC
May 14, 2012, 9:37 AM
Filed under: Awareness, Cycling, Slow Life


Brooklyn and Manhattan’s bikers should be happier that ever: it’s been officially confirmed that Citibank will sponsor 10.000 bikes for 600 bike stations around NYC. Citibike is scheduled to launch summer 2012, envisioning to be used primarily for trips under 3 miles, as a 24/7 service. Bikers can pay for a membership fee (this one will cost US$ 95,00 per year) Usage fees apply for rides longer than 30 minutes. Here, we’ll remind a few bike sharing systems around the globe \o/

B-cycle (available in Denver, Chicago, Houston, Hawaii, etc)


Bicing Barcelona: iBicing is an app where you can check if there’s bikes and parking spaces available before you go.


The Hubway, bike sharing in Boston.


Barclays Cycle, in London since Summer of 2010.


Melbourne Bike Share


And at last but not the least: Vélib, the parisian bike sharing since 2007!



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