EVG reader Mark White spotted a resident hanging these clips on the docking station on East 13th Street at Avenue A this morning...
... it's a photocopied article from the Post about workers removing a bike station on West 13th Street...
As for the resident with the flyers... Per Mark: "She was very upset and very concerned for safety, and let's just say she wasn't too pleased with Bloomberg. She want down the block taping them to buildings. Told me to call 311."
Now's a good time to repost the following from CB3 regarding complaints about Citi Bikes:
Bike Share will launch May 27. Issues that must be dealt with immediately, such as a blocked driveway or loading zone, should be emailed to the community board office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will work with DOT to have these sites inspected immediately.
There are other concerns regarding placement of installations or size of installations, or the number of installations in close proximity to each other. We are asking people to wait until bike share is in operation for a month to see what works and what doesn’t. What installations are not being used to capacity? What installations do not accommodate the number of bikes needed?
The Community Board 3 Transportation Committee will meet on Tuesday, July 16 to hear concerns. DOT will attend the meeting to note these concerns and address or inspect and follow up. Please check the CB 3 website for the meeting location or sign up to receive monthly agendas (join cb 3’s mail list on website).
Anyway, at least it wasn't dog poop.