Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Citi keeping the docking stations graffiti free

Say this about the bike share program — Citi crews (assuming?) seem to quickly respond to docking stations in need, like here on East Fifth Street and Avenue C...

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[Bobby Lebrini]

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[Steven Matthews]

10 comments:

Fipper said...

The Citi Crews (assuming?) should takeover potholes duty...

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure all management of bike share stations is done by NYC Bike Share, a subsidiary of Alta Bicycle Share. AFAIK, Citi isn't involved apart from paying a lump sum to get their name on the bikes and doing some co-marketing around launch.

Anonymous said...

Good work smdh! Crisp!

Anonymous said...

Yeah! What did the map ever do to anybody? Just trying to help lost people out...poor map.

Crazy Eddie said...

Sorry, tagging this shit just makes it shittier.

Anonymous said...

If the CitiBike docking stations don't like graffiti they should move!

Anonymous said...

The loser who vandalized it should be run over by a horde of cyclists, and then by an 18-wheeler running a red light.

- East Villager

Anonymous said...

smdh why aren't you blogging about CitiBikes? I was looking forward to a 3,000 word white paper dence with statistical data, pie charts and other things that immediately put people to sleep. You're disappointing me.

Anonymous said...

Not to worry 3:17 lots of people will be run over by CitiBikes. At 45 pounds they weigh as much as an 18 wheeler.

glamma said...

"tourist killers"
i'm sure our tax dollars will be hard at work subsidizing all the lawsuits, just as we do for the NYPD.