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Bike-Share Equipment Apparently Damaged by Flooding – NYTimes.com

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New York City’s seemingly star-crossed bike-share program, once promised for last summer but delayed until the spring amid software problems, has found its way into Hurricane Sandy’s unsparing path.

The storm dumped several feet of water at some points across the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where the city had been storing equipment like bicycles and docking stations in Building 293, near the northern tip of the yard and the waters of Wallabout Bay.

Building 293 was among those that flooded, and a spokesman for the mayor’s office said Tuesday that there appeared to be damage to program equipment, including docking stations for bicycles, as a result.

via Bike-Share Equipment Apparently Damaged by Flooding – NYTimes.com.

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Written by edparnell

November 16, 2012 at 1:12 am

Posted in Environment, Events

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