Mapping the Wheelchair-Accessible Subway; Citi Bike Redesign Includes a Comfier Seat

Posted On Mon, June 8, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, June 8, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • New subway map shows only wheelchair-accessible stations, which account for just about 1/5 of the total stops. [DNAinfo]
  • Citi Bikes are getting a redesign by an Olympic racing bike designer to include a new gear system and a seat that’s easier on the backside. [NYDN]
  • There are more than 30 chain stores in Union Square and only nine local business. [Bowery Boogie]
  • Art Nouveau architecture may have never caught on in NYC, but there’s one example that remains on a gritty midtown corner. [Ephemeral NY]
  • A day spa is coming to Governor’s Island. For around $60 a day, guests will have access to pools, saunas, and restaurants. [DNAinfo]

Images: Wheelchair-accessible subway map via SupraStructure (L) ; Citi Bike (R)

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