BROOKLYN - New Yorkers can now enroll for the city's bike share program.

The initiative, sponsored by Citigroup, has provided nearly 300 bicycle docking stations in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Additionally, officials with the Department of Transportation (DOT) say they've received more than 10,000 bike share station requests through their website.

DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan says the campaign will provide travelers a quick and cost-efficient way to get around the busy metropolis.