What's new for Citi Bike


On January 28, we’re changing our prices to better support growing operations and continued expansion. When Citi Bike launched in 2013, the system had 6,000 bikes and 332 stations. Since then, it has grown to over 25,000 bikes and more than 1,500 stations—across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx—and will continue to expand to more than 40,000 bikes by the end of 2023.

Summary of the changes:

Reduced Fare Bike Share members

  • No changes to the Reduced Fare Bike Share Program.
  • No changes to ebike rides: remain $0.05 per minute.

Citi Bike annual members

  • Annual membership will increase to $185/year.
  • Extra time fees for rides, beyond the included time of 45 mins, will increase to $0.15 per minute.
  • Ebike fees will increase to $0.15 per minute.
  • There is no change on the cap for ebike rides for members: capped at $3, for 45 minute or less, starting or ending outside of Manhattan (all other ebike rides are $0.15 per minute and uncapped).

Lyft Pink annual members

  • No change in annual membership price of $199/year.
  • Extra time fees for rides, beyond the included time of 45 minutes, will increase to $0.15 per minute.
  • Ebike fees will increase to $0.15 per minute.

Lyft Pink monthly members

  • No change in monthly price.
  • No change to number of included bike rides: three 30-minute classic bike rides or discounted ebike rides with free unlocks.
  • Extra time fees, for rides beyond the included time of 30 minutes, will increase to $0.15 per minute.
  • Ebike fees will increase to $0.15 per minute.

Non-member Single Ride

  • Unlock fee is increasing to $3.99.
  • Extra time fees, for rides beyond the included time of 30 mins, will increase to $0.23 per minute.
  • Ebike fees will increase to $0.23 per minute.

Non-member Day Pass

  • No change in day pass price.
  • No change in extra time fees.
  • Ebike fees will increase to $0.23 per minute.

Thank you for being a part of the Citi Bike community.