New Yorkers Will Never Get Lost on Citi Bikes

If they’re ever installed, that is. The Daily News reports that this spring the Department of Transportation will install 300 street maps at bike share stations, just in time for the long-delayed program’s scheduled launch in May. As part of the $6 million project, an additional 150 maps will go up in the Fashion District, Chinatown, Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, and Long Island City to assist pedestrians who aren’t being guided through life by their smartphones.