New York City’s new bike share program is about to get a big boost
New York’s new bicycle sharing program is coming.
According to the New York Times, the program is expected to open next month.
The Times says the city will be the first in the US to launch a bike share system, and is the first city to offer the service for private vehicles.
The Times reports that the system will offer bikes with built-in docking stations for people to ride in them while they shop, and also for private use by people.
The system will also allow people to share their bikes with friends and family.
The program is scheduled to open by March, but it may be delayed to a later date if a storm or other unexpected events make the trip more difficult.
It’s expected that the city’s new program will be one of the first to offer private transportation to people in need.
In the Times article, the city has already been working with local bike shops to find bikes that would be suitable for the program, but the company is expected have to hire drivers to do so.
The bike share will be available to both individuals and groups of people.
It is also expected to have a docking station for bike storage.
The new program is not limited to just bicycles.