On the heels of Robert Lederman’s complaints that the new Citibank-branded New York City bike-share will take valuable real estate from legal street vendors, Bloomberg’s office unveiled this map of where the bike-share stations are expected to be installed. It looks like the stations will not only take real estate from street vendors, but from, uh, everyone. Seriously, these fuckers are going to be everywhere—and this is only 420 of the planned 600 vending locations. It’s probably good for the health of the city that people see bicycles everywhere; it could help bitter attitudes toward bike-riders warm up a bit. But it’s definitely good for the wallets of those at Citibank, who are pretty much blanketing Manhattan and North Brooklyn with their logo.