Who Will Be the Next City Council Member to Subscribe to Citi Bike?

Steve Levin is the second council member to announce his Citi Bike membership. He is one of over 5,000 people to sign up for bike-share since memberships went on sale Monday.

With Brad Lander signing up earlier in the week, Brooklyn council members lead Manhattan 2-0. Who will be the first Manhattan rep to join?

  • Come on Councilmembers! Even I signed up and I live in Jackson Heights where there probably will not be any Citibikes for a long, long time!

  • da

    CM Levin, Citibike will be totally *better* than your car!

  • Ian Dutton

    Not to take too much credit, but take a look at the most-recent post on Steve Levin’s Facebook page! I knew he’d be the next to jump! https://www.facebook.com/stephen.levin1

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