ASTORIA, QUEENS — Citi Bike is plotting an expansion further into Astoria, and riders are being asked to suggest possible new stations.
The bike share system is looking for feedback on where to install new docking stations in the Ditmars-Steinway section of Astoria and in Astoria Heights, the NYC Department of Transportation said in a tweet.
Riders can share ideas in this online portal, which will be open for submissions until Sept. 25.
Citi Bike is expanding & we’d like to know where you’d like to see @CitiBikeNYC stations! We’re focusing on the northern & eastern part of @Cb1Queens, in areas like Ditmars-Steinway & Astoria Heights.
The feedback portal will stay open until 9/25: https://t.co/TP3i9zwHoC pic.twitter.com/x3vYVzUCnQ
— NYC DOT (@NYC_DOT) September 3, 2020
The upcoming Astoria stations are part of a major Citi Bike expansion that will double its service area by 35 square miles and triple the size of its bike fleet by 2023.
Citi Bike is due to arrive in The Bronx and parts of Upper Manhattan this year.