Three cyclists riding Citi Bike on Allen ST, in Manhattan
Our feedback maps for 2022 are now closed!

The feedback maps for the 2022 expansion further into Queens and Brooklyn are now closed! Thanks to all who participated. We received over 1500 comments! These comments detail where people would like to see bike share stations in Sunnyside, Woodside, Crown Heights, Bed-Stuy, and more! Please stay tuned for next steps!

the feedback portals for the 2022 expansion of Queens and Brooklyn


Please read the "Feedback Map Instructions" page before adding comments to give our planners the most helpful feedback. The Brooklyn feedback map will close at the end of September. 

Save 50% on Citi Bike annual membership

two people riding Citi Bikes; one person is one an e-bike and the other is on a classic bike


To celebrate expansion, Lyft is offering 50% off annual Citi Bike membership for eligible New Yorkers. Those eligible include first time Citi Bike members living in the 2021 expansion zip codes. The zip codes are below:

  • Queens: Astoria (11101, 11103, 11105), Sunnyside (11104), Woodside (11377), Jackson Heights (11370, 11372), Corona (11368), East Elmhurst (11369, 11373), Maspeth (11378), Middle Village (11379), Ridgewood (11385)

  • Brooklyn: Flatbush (11203, 11226), Bushwick (11206, 11207, 11221), Williamsburg (11211), Ocean Hill (11212), Crown Heights (11213, 11216), South Slope (11215), Windsor Terrace/Kensington (11218), Sunset Park (11220, 11232), Greenpoint (11222), Prospect Lefferts Garden (11225), Ocean Hill/Bed Stuy (11233)

  • Manhattan: Central Harlem/West Harlem (10027), Harlem (10030, 10039), Hamilton Heights (10031), Washington Heights (10032, 10033, 10040), Inwood (10034), East Harlem (10035), Central Harlem (10037), Roosevelt Island (10044)

  • Bronx: Melrose/Concourse/Mott Haven (10451), Morris Heights/Mount Hope (10452, 10453), Mott Haven/Port Morris (10454), Melrose/Concourse/Morisania (10456), Mount Hope/Tremont, Crotona Park (10457), Fordham (10458), Melrose/Longwood (10459), West Farms (10460), Kingsbridge/Kingsbridge Heights/Bedford Park (10463, 10467, 10468), Hunts Point (10474)

Please visit Citi Bike's blog post for more details.

Staten Island Bike Share - April 2021 Update

On April 6, 2021, Beryl announced that it will not launch dockless bike share on Staten Island.

Full statement from Beryl

COVID-19 & Citi Bike Update

As New York City grapples with the spread of COVID-19, DOT is working closely with Citi Bike to ensure that New Yorkers have a safe and accessible way to move around the City in this difficult time. We know biking is a preferred way to get around for many and our priority is to ensure the health and safety of all New Yorkers during this time.

Here is what DOT and Lyft are doing to ensure your safety as you ride:

  • Increasing cleaning protocols: Citi Bike associates will disinfect high-contact surfaces on bikes each time they arrive at a Citi Bike depot. At the start of each shift, associates will disinfect high-contact surfaces on vans used to transport vehicles.

  • Continue our work by expanding Citi Bike to Upper Manhattan and the South Bronx later this spring

  • Accelerate plans to add more docking stations in the busiest parts of the service area

  • Increased valet capacity by 30% and expanded Bike Angels points

  • Launching the Citi Bike Critical Workforce Membership Program, aimed at providing a free annual membership to first-responders, transit workers, and healthcare workers

To learn more about Citi Bike’s efforts to ensure rider and employee health and safety, please visit Citi Bike's blog.

Please be safe during this time. For general information regarding COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control’s website. For additional information regarding the City of New York’s response to COVID-19, please visit City of New York's website.


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