Earlier this year Citi Bike announced plans to double its service area, including all of Upper Manhattan.
As part of the expansion, the bike share program is now turning to the section of Harlem between 130th and 155th Streets.
To help with bike station locations, Citi Bike and the New York City Department of Transportation are inviting the community to have its say.
Community outreach workshops will be held the next two Mondays, starting with Manhattan Community Board 9 on October 21, followed by Manhattan Community Board 10 on October 28.
There will be two sessions per evening, each featuring a short presentation and discussion, followed by comments regarding locations.
Neighborhoods in this area include Central Harlem, Manhattanville, Hamilton Heights, and Sugar Hill, so if you're a resident and would like to see a Citi Bike station near you (or the exact opposite), now is your chance to speak up.
Meeting details are as follows:
Manhattan Community Board 9 Community Planning Workshop
Monday, October 21; sessions start at 6pm and 7pm
The City College of New York, North Academic Center-Faculty Dining Room
160 Convent Ave, 3rd floor
Manhattan Community Board 10 Community Planning Workshop
Monday, October 28; sessions start at 6pm and 7pm
Hansborough Recreation Center
35 W 134th St (enter on Lenox Terrace Pl)
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