NYC Bike-Share: First Look

Image: NYC DOT

This photo simulation offers a glimpse of what New York City bike-share will look like. At this hour, DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan, Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson and a group of electeds are announcing details of the program — to feature 10,000 bikes at some 600 stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn — at Madison Square.

We’ll have full coverage of today’s reveal later this afternoon.

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