NYC
12/07/2012 03:48 pm ET

City's Bike Share Program To Launch In May After Sandy Damaged Some Gear

NEW YORK CITY -- The city's long-delayed bike share program is on track to launch in May, after being pushed back two more months because of damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy.

There will be 5,500 bikes at 293 stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, according to the Department of Transportation.

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