Final Map Released for Bike Share Expansion in Brooklyn CBs 8 and CB9

NYC DOT conducted an extensive participatory planning and outreach campaign with local communities in Prospect Heights and Crown Heights to select Citi Bike locations. Per the program’s siting guidelines, this process included more than twenty meetings and events with Community Boards 8 and 9, local elected officials, area institutions, BIDs, and other community organizations. From public workshops to community presentations, DOT actively engaged with the community and listened to their concerns and comments.

bike share final map cb8 cb9The draft station siting plans were released by DOT in April of this year and since then, DOT reviewed the comments received from local stakeholders about proposed stations. As a result, DOT has relocated two stations between the draft and final versions of the plans. You can view the final Citi Bike station sites in Brooklyn CBs 8 and 9 using the link below.

DOT anticipates that Motivate will install these stations later this year.

Brooklyn CBs 8 & 9 Final Plan Map

Community Planning Workshop, Queens CB2

Please join us for a workshop to plan bike share in Long Island City, Queens Community Board 2. Sessions begin at 6pm and 7pm on Thursday, March 23 at CUNY Law School, 2 Court Square, Long Island City, NY 11101 on the 3rd Floor, room 301 (enter on Hunter Street).

Help plan the Citi Bike system with our co-sponsors:
- Queens Community Board 2
- Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer
- State Senator Michael Gianaris
- Long Island City Partnership

For more information, please contact Samantha Dolgoff at sdolgoff@dot.nyc.gov or 212.839.2510
Community Planning Workshop, Queens CB2

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