Posts Tagged ‘CitiBike’

CitiBike Implementation Potentially Delayed Over Software Glitches

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

CitiBike has already faced heated controversy over placement of its docking stations, and the City bikeshare program hasn’t even launched yet. Delays in the implementation of CitiBike are resulting from faulty software, Mayor Bloomberg reported earlier this month. Now, Alta, the company in charge of the system, is reportedly asking CitiBank for $3.5 million ahead [&hellip
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Community Successfully Ousts Citi Bike Station from SoHo Park

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

By Alissa Fleck and Paul Bisceglio Public outcry has prompted the Department of Transportation (DOT) and CitiBank to decide against installing one of their forthcoming 600 Citi Bike rental stations in Father Fagan Park, a small public square at the corner of Prince Street and Sixth Avenue in Soho. Citizens banded together with the SoHo [&hellip
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Written by NY Press on . Posted in News West Side Spirit, Opinion and Column, Opinion Our Town, Our Town, West Side Spirit

Intrusive Bike Share To the Editor: Down in Community Board 2, the Department of Transportation (DOT) proposed a bike share station in Father Fagan Square, a half-acre park that commemorates four local heroes who died attempting to save others trapped in burning buildings. Responding to requests from the Community Board and local civic groups, as well [&hellip
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Outcry Over Placement of Citibike Stations: Concerns Go Far Beyond Aesthetic

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

The Department of Transportation (DOT) and CitiBank have plans to install a CitiBike rental station in a SoHo memorial park, a park which commemorates four individuals who died in a fire, sacrificing their lives to save others’. This decision has been to the dismay—and outright anger—of many community members, and it’s not the first incident [&hellip
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