Tag Archives: Citi Bike

An analysis of my Citi Bike data from the first six months

Looking at my personal data to see how I’ve used New York’s Citi Bike system over the past six months. Continue reading

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Don’t forget: the Public Advocate runoff is tomorrow

Experts expect only around 100,000 New Yorkers to vote in tomorrow’s runoff for Public Advocate. Don’t forget to cast your ballot, preferably for Letitia “Tish” James. Continue reading

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How Summer Streets revives my love for the city

Around early August, I start to hate summer in the city. As if on cue, Summer Streets swoops in to save the day. Continue reading

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The six situations in which I use Citi Bike

I track every single Citi Bike ride I take. I’ve determined there are six reasons I’ll hop on. Continue reading

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Citi Bike vs MMA: apples to oranges

Jeff Halevy argues that MMA should be legal in New York. By dragging Citi Bike into the discussion, he gets more publicity, but weakens his case. Continue reading

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Inside Borough Hall

On a hunt for inspiration, I take a tour of Brooklyn’s former City Hall. Continue reading

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The Citi Bike kiosks don’t always work …

… but if I stick with it and find the one bike that does, it makes me want to celebrate. Continue reading

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