On Mayor Eric Adams’ second day on the job, he wasn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
After taking the subway to work at City Hall on his first day, he opted for two wheels on his second day, and took the CitiBike to work. The new top city official had quite the itinerary, commencing with two television interviews. In order to make the appointment, Adams left Gracie Mansion and hopped on a Citi Bike and peddled through Manhattan.
Next, he was back on the subway, traveling to the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine on 1047 Amsterdam Avenue where he looked to pay respects to former mayor David Dinkins, whose remains rest within the house of worship.