Manhattan won't be the only borough with more dockless bike-sharing options this summer.
The mayor says dockless bike-share pilot programs will be rolled out in Coney Island and the Rockaways in July, and the neighborhood near Fordham University in the Bronx and on Staten Island's north shore later in the summer.
The program allows riders to easily pick up and drop off bicycles at racks, on the sidewalk, or any designated area without needing to find a specific docking station.
The bikes can be found and unlocked through mobile phones.
The city said the goal is to have 200 bikes that offer half-hour rides and will stay in each borough’s set boundaries. That number will also include pedal-assist bicycles.