Citi Bike program to launch next month

The Citi Bike Share Program is launching next month making it much easier to bike around the borough. Nearly 300 docking stations across the city

Nearly 300 docking stations across the city have been set up for rented bikes.

Nearly 300 docking stations across the city have been set up for rented bikes. (4/12/13)

BROOKLYN - The Citi Bike Share Program is launching next month making it much easier to bike around the borough.

Nearly 300 docking stations across the city have been set up to offer access to bike rentals. The stations will be open everyday of the year at all times.

According to the Citi Bike website, an annual pass will cost $95 for an unlimited amount of 45-minute rides. Weeklong passes are $25 for unlimited 30-minute rides. A one-day pass will cost $9.95. The bikes can be returned to any station.

The Department of Transportation (DOT) says that 70 percent of city residents support the Citi Bikes program. They hope to expand the program to 600 stations in the future.

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