There are multiple published reports this afternoon that Hurricane Sandy has likely added another delay to the city's already-delayed bike-share program. Per the Post:
Bikes and electronic docking components for the program are being stored in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which took on four to six feet of water during the storm surge two weeks ago.
Officials at the Transportation Department say they are now "assessing" the damage.
They won't say if the first of 10,000 street bikes that were supposed to hit the streets starting in March will be rolled out on schedule.
The Times has more details here.