NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg (center, parking bike), Park Slope Civic Council co-President Gilly Youner (on bike), Council Member Brad Lander (center with tie, walking bike) and other officials rode into the unveiling of a new Citi Bike docking station on 5th Avenue near 3rd Street on August 25, 2016.
A Citi Bike station is now located on 5th Avenue and 3rd Street outside of J.J. Byrne Playground and the Old Stone House. (Photo by Donny Levit / Park Slope Stoop)The Transportation/Public Safety Committee [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/committees/transportation.page] of Community Board 6 [http:
Chaos erupted over the Citi Bike expansion. (Video by Amy Holiday/Park Slope Stoop) Tensions and anger over the recent expansion of Citi Bike [/blog/politics/citi-bike-expansion-ushered-dot-city-community-leaders-5th-avenue-ribbon-cutting-2/] interrupted the agenda of Wednesday night’s Community Board 6 [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/index.page] General Meeting. What was expected
[Left – Right] Kim Maier, Executive Director, Old Stone House; Gilly Youner, co-President, Park Slope Civic Council; CB6 District Manager Craig Hammerman; Daniel Wiley, Community Coordinator for Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez; John Frost, E.D. of Bikeshare Program, DOT; NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg; Council Member Brad Lander; Doug Gordon, Brooklyn Spoke;
Photo via citi bike [https://instagram.com/p/5NusM5xiYP/?taken-by=citibike]More spokes are wheeling their way into the Park Slope and surrounding neighborhoods — even more than what was originally planned. The Department of Transportation announced that 73 new Citi Bike docking stations will be added to the neighborhoods covered