Three cyclists riding Citi Bike on Allen ST, in Manhattan
Citi Bike offers a discounted annual membership to low-income New Yorkers.

$5 / month membership

Not an annual commitment, discounted e-bike minute rate ($0.06 / minute instead of $0.17 / minute)

  • Eligibility:
    • If you live -> in ANY NYCHA/PACT housing
    • AND/OR if you receive SNAP
    • AND/OR if you are a member of a select Community Development Credit Union
    • Registration open: ongoing, not a new discount
  • How to sign up:
  • Credit Union members need an activation code from a participating credit union:
  • Additional discounts for active military/veterans, MasterCard holders and residents with an IDNYC can be found on the Citi Bike's pricing page


2023 Infill Plans are now available!

Citi Bike is growing in Brooklyn Community Boards 8 and 9 and Queens Community Board 2!  As the system grows, demand in the system's core increases. New stations improve capacity and system density. New stations enable more Citi Bike trips for more New Yorkers, regardless of where they start or end their trips.

The maps of proposed stations in CBs 308, 309 and 402 is available. If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to reach out at

Expansion Draft Plans 

Citi Bike is expanding! The presentations for Citi Bike's 2023 Phase 3 Expansion are now available. This year, we will be expanding to East Tremont, Belmont, and Kingsbridge in the Bronx.

The Bronx

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out at

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