Photo of the Week: Citi-Biking to the High Line

Citi Bike Late-day light floods the passageway underneath the High Line at 16th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues. There are six Citi Bike stations along the High Line between Gansevoort and 28th Streets. Photo by Juan Valentin
 

Earlier this week you may have seen the New York Times piece “High Line’s Best-Kept Secret: It’s a Fast Commute,” which points out how many local residents use the High Line as a means to get to work. One of our favorite ways to get up and down the West Side of Manhattan—other than walking the High Line, of course—is on two wheels along the city’s great bike lanes.

If you don’t have your own bike, you no longer have an excuse. Citi Bike, New York City’s new bike-sharing program, has stations all over the city to pick up or drop off a bike, including six stations directly under the High Line, and many more in the neighborhood. The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) reports that biking in the city is at an all-time high, even re-tweeting Citi Bike’s recent report of 100,000 rides within three days!

Get biking this summer with these handy resources:
2013 New York City Bike Map
Citi Bike station locations
High Line bike rack locations

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