Starting June 2nd anyone will be able to walk up to a Citi Bike station kiosk and purchase a 24-Hour or 7-Day Access Pass. We’ve included instructions below or download a flyer with more visuals. Or stop by the Celebrate Citi Bike event in Union Square on Sunday from 11-3 pm to talk to a Citi Bike Ambassadors, ask questions and take part in fun activities. You can purchase a 24-Hour or 7-Day Pass at any Citi Bike station kiosk with your credit or debit card. Take as many short trips (<30 min) as you want for 24-hours or 7-days. Trips over 30 minutes incur overtime fees.At the kiosk choose €˜Get a Bike' on the screen and follow instructions. Wait for your receipt and walk to any dock with an available bike.At the dock, refer to your receipt for your 5-digit ride code. You have five minutes to enter the code into the dock's keypad to release a bike.Ride again. Every time you do, you'll need a new ride code. At any station kiosk, press Request a New Ride Code, swipe your credit card to identify yourself and get a new ride code. You won't be charged again.

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Monthly Archives: May 2013

June 2nd Citi Bike Opens for All

Starting June 2nd anyone will be able to walk up to a Citi Bike station kiosk and purchase a 24-Hour or 7-Day Access Pass. We’ve included instructions below or download a flyer with more visuals. Or stop by the Celebrate Citi Bike event in Union Square on Sunday from 11-3 pm to talk to a […]

Official Statement on Department of Labor Federal Wage Inquiry

Updated June 19 2013 In mid-April of this year, the U.S. Department of Labor requestedinformation from Capital Bikeshare operator Alta Bicycle Share aboutcompliance with federal wage guidelines in our contract with the DistrictDepartment of Transportation. Since that time, we have been workingdiligently to provide the department with the information they haverequested. This process began well […]

Citi Bike Day One Recap

Quick Tips From what we saw on the streets today, these three tips are important for new Citi Bike members to understand, help us spread the word. Annual members can use their key to undock a bike at any docking point, no need to use the kiosk Insert your key, see the yellow light, remove […]

Capital Bikeshare Releases Two New Survey Reports

For Immediate ReleaseWednesday, May 22, 2013 Media Contacts: Monica Hernandez (DDOT 202-671-2261, monica.hernandez@dc.gov Chris Eatough (BikeArlington) 703-862-8302, chris.eatough@bikearlington.com Kathleen Leonard (City of Alexandria) 703-772-2530, kathleen.leonard@alexandriava.govCapital Bikeshare Releases Two New Survey ReportsSurveys Provide Detailed Data on Bikeshare Usage and Regional Impact(Washington, D.C.) Today Capital Bikeshare released two new reports that provide detailed information on how members […]

There’s An App for That

The free Official Citi Bike app is now available for download for both iOS and Android devices! The Citi Bike App is an ideal partner for Citi Bike riders, offering old hands and newbies an assortment of tools to help you make the most of New York City’s newest transportation option. There’s an easy-to-read map, […]

Celebrate Bike to Work Week with Hubway and Bicycle Benefits!

Hubway recently partnered up with Bicycle Benefits to bring hundreds of discounts to our registered users! For those signing up online for Annual or Monthly membership, we will mail a BB sticker to you in your new member packet. But if you’re an existing member, we have three opportunities this week to come out and […]

Citi Bike Wows the Crowds at Bike Expo New York

Last weekend, tens of thousands of bike-curious New York City residents and visitors headed to Bike Expo New York to see the latest and greatest from local and national cycling companies. Raleigh, Specialized, Fuji, Cannondale, Shimano, and many more massive brands put their newest and coolest on display, but the real star of the show […]

Citi Bikes Boost for the NYC Economy

Sure, Citi Bike can help New Yorkers get around town faster, but did you know that it was also good for the economy?Earlier this week, DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan announced economic projections for the program. The first year of New York City’s new bike share system will generate $36 million in economic activity and create […]

Hubway announces new Monthly Membership option

The Hubway, Metro-Boston’s bikeshare system, is proud to announce a new Monthly Membership offering. As with Annual Membership, the Monthly Membership is available at www.thehubway.com/signup and Monthly Members will receive a key in the mail. This key allows theuser to bypass a transaction at the station and to proceed directly to the bicycle. By simply […]

Montgomery County Signs Bikeshare Contract; 50 Stations to be Installed Later This Year

On April 24, Montgomery County’s Department of Transportation (MCDOT) signed a contract with Alta Bicycle Share that will bring the popular Capital Bikeshare program to Montgomery County. The contract provides for equipment purchase and operating costs in two areas of the County. About 20 bike stations with 200 bikes will be installed in the Rockville […]