The company announced that several hundred e-bikes have started rolling out in New York City.
In April 2019, the company had to pull out thousands of e-bikes off the street of New York City, San Fransisco and Washington D.C. when "some riders experienced stronger-than-expected braking force on the front wheel."
The company said that the issue has been addressed now.
"Those issues led us to work with a new battery supplier while we simultaneously redesigned the bike’s brake setup," the company said.
The company has also made changes in pricing.
Annual Citi Bike members will be charged $0.10 per minute whereas non-members will be charged $0.15 per minute.
The company first introduced its e-bikes in New York City in August 2018.
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