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A Healthier You is a Ride Away

For a fun, easy, and affordable way around town, Healthfirst and Citi Bike are teaming up to provide Citi Bike access to more New Yorkers than ever.

September 10, 2018 | HF Healthy Living Team

Healthfirst and Citi Bike Work Together for You

Healthfirst is proud to be Citi Bike’s official wellness partner!

We’re teaming up to support the Citi Bike expansion program, which offers a $5 monthly membership and unlimited rides to New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients in New York City, age 16 and older.

We’re excited to join Citi Bike and reach more communities that can benefit from an affordable, fun, and healthy way to get around the neighborhood.

With the Citi Bike expansion, we look forward to seeing more people have instant access to a convenient way to get around the city, wherever they might be. Members will be able to take advantage of rides on more than 12,000 bikes from more than 750 stations in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan.

Healthfirst has been a trusted partner to our members, providers, and sponsor hospitals for more than 25 years by being actively involved in the communities we proudly serve. This new collaboration reaffirms our commitment to helping people live healthier lives—one person—and now one Citi Bike rider—at a time.

Ready to Ride?

To apply for the Citi Bike discount program, visit CitiBikeNYC and enter a valid EBT card number or NYCHA tenant ID. If you’re already enrolled in this program, you don’t need to reapply to continue enjoying monthly discounts.


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