Without the benefit of the New York City subway, Staten Island is the hardest borough to get around in through public transportation. However, a new bike share company, Lime, is looking to help fix that through its dockless bike program. Coming soon to the island, Lime hopes to help solve the "first-and-last mile problems", assisting you in getting to the bus, or ferry services faster.
Bikes can be rented through the Lime mobile app by scanning the QR codes located on the front or back of the bike. A small red switch on the back wheel is used to lock the bike once you've completed your trip. […] Standard bike rentals cost just $1 for a 30-minute ride, while e-bikes will cost $1 to unlock and an additional 15 cents a minute to ride.
Check out the video's accompanying article on the Staten Island Advance to learn more about the program.
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