Citi Bike program to expand deeper into Brooklyn

Citi Bike is expanding its bike-sharing program into six more Brooklyn neighborhoods.

Citi Bike is expanding its bike-sharing program into six more Brooklyn neighborhoods. (8/1/16)

BROOKLYN - Citi Bike is expanding its bike-sharing program into six more Brooklyn neighborhoods.

The program opened two new stations in upper Manhattan Monday, but the current initiative will also add dozens of stations in Brooklyn in the coming weeks.

Benefitting neighborhoods include Red Hook, Gowanus, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Park Slope — which will receive 77 new stations between them.

Officials have not yet announced when exactly the new stations will open.

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