Who Will Be the Second City Council Member to Sign Up for Bike-Share?

While current and former City Council transportation chairs James Vacca and John Liu reacted to bike-share with paranoia and fear, at least one council member was breaking out the credit card: Brooklyn’s Brad Lander posted this tweet after signing up for a Citi Bike subscription yesterday.

Any of Lander’s colleagues have a lower membership number than he does? If not, who’s next?

  • buford puser

    Gale brewer

  • Brooklynite

    Tish James.

  • Eric McClure

    Are they hydrogen powered? No? That rules out Lew from Brooklyn.

  • Cyclin Rep

    Garodnick probably joined already but didn’t want to tweet about it.

  • You can be sure all their aides will be enrolled.

  • Jesse

    Melissa Mark-Viverito

  • Hilda

    Maybe we should look to see which CIty Council candidates are Bike Share members.

  • Ben Kintisch

    Good for Mr. Lander. I’d like to see lots more politicians jump on the saddle, too!

  • Ha ! I forgot about that. And that’s how politicians get away with obstructing practical solutions with irrelevant fantasies….

  • J

    Very good point. I wonder how many young aides are already biking to work. We’re already started to see their impact in places like the Brooklyn Paper, where (it appears that) staff writers finally convinced the editorial board to quit with the bikelash nonsense.

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