Citi Bike

After pressure from NYC DOT, Joco pivots to e-bike delivery rentals

Joco, the docked electric bike service that launched in New York City last April to rival Citi Bike, is pivoting its business away from consumer rides and toward last-mile delivery, the company told T

JOCO allowed to continue e-bike operations as NYC lawsuit plays out

The City of New York’s lawsuit against JOCO, the docked electric bike-share service, hit a snag with the court Thursday, when it was denied temporary restraining order to end the company’

Lyft’s pink-wheeled shareable bikes will be available to rent soon

Today marks the close of Lyft's acquisition of Motivate, the New York City-based mobility company that owns a number of shareable bike services, like Citi Bike, Ford GoBike, Divvy, Bluebikes and Capit

With new tech coming online, cities need a department of urban testing

The design and operation of cities is the province of urban planning. But an explosion of startups in cities means a lot of new products and services for urban areas. The problem is, we don’t really

Spin unveils its stationless electric bike

Spin is adding an electric bike to its fleet of station-less bicycles for bike sharing. The Spin bike can travel up to 50 miles with a full charge and has batteries that the company says can be easil

How Hardware-as-a-Service will save IoT

Here’s the dirty little secret about the Internet of Things: The things might not work, and you might not use them. As a consumer, many of your gadgets will collect dust tucked away in a drawer. As

The New York Times’ Mobile Guide ‘The Scoop’ Gets A Citi Bike-Sponsored Update

With today's update to its iPhone app <a target="_blank" href="">The Scoop</a>, <a target="_blank" href="">T