|RANK||NEIGHBORHOOD||TOTAL STATIONS||TOTAL DOCKS||NOTSPOT HOURS|
|10||Lower East Side||18||518||119.5|
Despite the improvement in storm recovery times across Manhattan, Tudor City now carries the painful burden of having the poorest weekly performance of any neighborhood since the year began. Until this week, no neighborhood surpassed 21 minutes per dock. Two of the neighborhood's eight stations caused all its woes: 1 Ave & E 44 St and E 43 St & 2 Ave.
Midtown North and the Lower East Side each have managed to be off the Top Ten list for just one week. Midtown East is making its second appearance.
NoMad was No. 10 in Week 1.
If the Civic Center could just shed the Centre St & Chambers St station, empty for 23 straight hours, it would not make these kinds of lists. We only hope the station can be seen from the mayor’s window.
Gramercy Park, Nolita and SoHo were virgins until this week.
Turtle Bay made one other appearance.
Two stations must share this week's King of the NotSpots throne. Both came in at 39 straight hours without a bike.
|Hells Kitchen||W 54 St & 9 Ave|
|Tudor City||E 43 St & 2 Ave|
|RANK||NEIGHBORHOOD||TOTAL STATIONS||TOTAL DOCKS||NOTSPOT HOURS||MINUTES PER DOCK||WEEK 5|
This is the first week we’ve seen Brooklyn’s minutes per dock be fewer than Manhattan’s.
The Navy Yard’s problems were entirely at the Flushing Ave & Carlton Ave station. In Vinegar Hill, Front St & Gold St went 80 hours without a bike.