A new service called CitiBiz.com is launching this month to allow users to use the credit card they hold in their Wallet app to pay for rides at Citi Bike and other participating Citi-owned companies.
Called Citi Cred, it will be available for iPhone, Android and iPad starting on September 4.
CitiCred will let riders pay with their Card or Debit Card, which will be stored in the Wallet app.
Cred cards are currently available in several cities around the U.S., but only in select cities and airports.
The app allows users to select a bike and ride to a Citi bike stop.
Once the bike is parked, users will then select their fare option, which is either $5 or $10.
Citing security reasons, Citi says it is only offering Citi Card riders in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U and US Virgin Islands.
“While the Citi card can only be used in certain cities, we are excited to expand to other countries as well,” said a CITIC spokesperson.
“We are working with local authorities to ensure we are providing the best possible ride experience for all our riders.”
CitiCredo is not the first time that Citi has launched its own service to handle rides.
In September 2015, the bank partnered with RideSafe, a ride-hailing service, to offer rides in a limited number of cities.
Citigroup also partnered with ride-sharing company Lyft to offer its rides to consumers in select locations in the U, Puerto Rican and US territories.
Citi has also offered rides for the past year through Citi Ride, but it is the first Citi to offer Cred rides on its own platform.