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, powered by Google that includes blue and white bike icons showing the location of Citi Bike’s stations, as well as their bike and dock availability. You’ll never have to wonder whether there’ll be a bike or a docking spot waiting for you.

The Citi Bike App has route finding covered too, offering up sensible point-to-point directions that take bike lanes, greenways and other infrastructure into account so you can find the smartest way to where you’re going.

Coming soon you’ll also be able to use the app to help find restaurants, coffee shops, events and more. Late this summer the app will incorporate content from The New York Times’s The Scoop app, with listings and recommendations of restaurants, coffee shops and destinations and events across Citi Bike’s service area.

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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, powered by Google that includes blue and white bike icons showing the location of Citi Bike’s stations, as well as their bike and dock availability. You’ll never have to wonder whether there’ll be a bike or a docking spot waiting for you.

The Citi Bike App has route finding covered too, offering up sensible point-to-point directions that take bike lanes, greenways and other infrastructure into account so you can find the smartest way to where you’re going.

Coming soon you’ll also be able to use the app to help find restaurants, coffee shops, events and more. Late this summer the app will incorporate content from The New York Times’s The Scoop app, with listings and recommendations of restaurants, coffee shops and destinations and events across Citi Bike’s service area.