Throughout 2014, DC and New York have jockeyed back and forth over which city’s bikeshare system has the most stations in the United States. But who has the biggest stations?
DC currently leads in the number of stations race, 335 to 324. But the number of stations only tells part of the story. New York’s stations are vastly bigger than DC’s, and by far the largest in the US.
New York’s biggest station, which is outside of Penn Station, has a whopping 67 docks. It’s almost 50% larger than the next city’s largest station.
Here’s the number of docks at the biggest station in America’s main big-city bikeshare systems:
|Rank||City||Largest station||Docks at largest station|
|1||New York||Penn Station||67|
|5||Minneapolis||Coffman Union and Lake/Knox||32|
|7t||San Francisco||Market/10th and 2nd/Townsend||27|
Cross-posted at BeyondDC.