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Mayor Bloomberg, DOT Commissioner Sadik-Khan and Citi chief (Credit: Mayor's Office)

Mayor Bloomberg, DOT Commissioner Sadik-Khan and Citi chief executive Vikram Pandit announce that Citi will be the title sponsor for New York City's new bike share program, "Citi Bike." (May 7, 2012)

Citi Bike: NYC's bike share program

New York City officials say the nation's largest bike-sharing system will begin sometime in May 2013, with 6,000 bikes at 330 stations in Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, The Associated Press reported. The program will expand eventually to 10,000 bikes and 600 docking stations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Officials hope the privately funded bike-sharing program, dubbed Citi Bike, will add riders to the more than 700 miles of bike lanes and will be used by one-way commuters and round-trip tourists alike.

Mayor Bloomberg, DOT Commissioner Sadik-Khan and Citi chief
(Credit: Mayor's Office)

Mayor Bloomberg, DOT Commissioner Sadik-Khan and Citi chief executive Vikram Pandit announce that Citi will be the title sponsor for New York City's new bike share program, "Citi Bike." (May 7, 2012)

Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, like this one at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edward's Street. Instructions on how to use the bike share are available at each station. (April 15, 2013)

Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, like this one at Myrtle and Clinton avenues. (April 15, 2013)

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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, like this one at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edward's Street. (April 15, 2013)

Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, like this one at Myrtle and Clinton avenues. (April 15, 2013)

Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, like this one at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edward's Street. (April 15, 2013)

Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn, including the one at Myrtle and Clinton avenues. (April 15, 2013)

A sample of the bike that will be
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A sample of the bike that will be used for New York City's bike share program.

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The large NYC Bike Share parking outside of
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The large NYC Bike Share parking outside of 99 Bank St. in Greenwich Village at the corner of Hudson Street is pictured. (April 29, 2013)

Dorothy Rowan, a resident of 99 Bank Street,
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Dorothy Rowan, a resident of 99 Bank Street, reacts to the large NYC Bike Share parking outside of the building. (April 29, 2013)

Christopher Petkanas, a resident of 99 Bank St.,
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Christopher Petkanas, a resident of 99 Bank St., reacts to the large NYC Bike Share parking outside of the building. (April 29, 2013)

Workers place a large stone block in front
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Workers place a large stone block in front of 99 Bank St. to protect the Bike Share parking in front of the building. (April 29, 2013)

A large stone block was placed outside of
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A large stone block was placed outside of 99 Bank St. in Greenwich Village at the corner of Hudson Street. The block is there to keep cars from hitting the parking spaces and the bikes. (April 29, 2013)

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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are
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Many of the Citi Bike share stations are almost up and running around Brooklyn. (April 15, 2013)

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