There’s A New CitiBike Station On Albany Street

05/24/2021 in
There’s A New CitiBike Station On Albany Street

The biking life continues to improve in Lower Manhattan, as the Department of Transportation has launched yet another CitiBike station in the neighborhood, just in time for peak biking season: Located on Albany Street, in between Washington and Greenwich streets, adjacent to Albany Street Plaza. (And, while you’re there, keep your eyes peeled for artist Chinon Maria’s vibrant “One World, Our Children” mural).

Day Passes include unlimited, 30-minute rides, and an annual membership includes unlimited 45-minute rides. Download the Citi Bike app to monitor bike availability in real time via the Apple Store or Google Play.

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