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  • Evanston Divvy plans delayed until next spring

    Evanston Divvy plans delayed until next spring
    Evanston's first Divvy bike-sharing program is running behind schedule and won't make its debut until next spring. Evanston officials announced Friday they had received word that Chicago won't be placing its order for stations and the specially made...
  • Divvy may test-drive helmet vending machines at stations

    Divvy may test-drive helmet vending machines at stations
    Could Chicago be the next to roll out a helmet vending machine for cyclists using the local bike-sharing program? PBSC Urban Solutions, the company that supplies bikes and docking stations for Chicago's Divvy bike-sharing program, is developing a...
  • Community activists pedaling with a purpose

    Community activists pedaling with a purpose
    In September, with tensions high surrounding the police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., avid cyclists Oboi Reed and Jamal Julien crossed paths with a Chicago police lieutenant at a local coffee shop. Reed and Julien, co-founders of...
  • Divvy bike week kicks off

    Divvy bike week kicks off
    Chicago's Divvy bike-sharing program is once again holding "Divvy Week," with gifts and discounts over the next seven days. Starting Friday, Divvy sponsor Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois is leaving "giveaways" on a selection of the bikes around...
  • University to share cost of campus Divvy stations

    University to share cost of campus Divvy stations
    The ubiquitous light blue Divvy bikes found in various locations around Chicago are coming to the Northwestern University campus as part of a joint program between the school and Evanston, officials said. "The city of Evanston has really been the driving...
  • Central Street development moves forward

    Developers of a four-story, 47-unit luxury residential apartment building proposed for 1620 Central St., located across from Ryan Field, moved a step closer to approval last week. Aldermen on the City Council's Planning & Development Committee...
  • Evanston council OKs Maple Avenue development

    Evanston council OKs Maple Avenue development
    Evanston City Council members voted 6-1 Monday in favor of a 12-story, 101-unit , 133.3 foot high apartment building at 1571 Maple Ave. The approval included an agreement that will allow the developer to substantially increase the number of parking...
  • Aldermen raise affordable housing concerns in Maple Avenue development

    Evanston City Council members have placed on the table affordable housing concerns, weighing whether to grant zoning relief to a developer proposing to build a 12-story high 101-unit high rise apartment building planned in the west downtown district, at...
  • Divvy's expansion begins, but doesn't hit all corners of Chicago map, activists say

    Divvy's expansion begins, but doesn't hit all corners of Chicago map, activists say
    More Divvy bikes and stations are going to be installed beginning in April, doubling the footprint of Chicago's bike-share program yet falling short of covering the entire city. The addition of 176 stations and 1,750 bikes will extend Divvy's reach...
  • Evanston moves ahead on Divvy station locations

    Evanston moves ahead on Divvy station locations
    Evanston city officials are recommending eight sites for Divvy Bike stations spread throughout the city in the first phase of the bike sharing program. A staff report delivered to the City Council on March 9 includes recommendations for stations at...
  • Long-awaited Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line station opens

    Long-awaited Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line station opens
    A roughly 2 1/2-mile gap in CTA rail service that lasted 38 years on the Near South Side was eliminated Sunday, when Green Line trains started making stops at a station on Cermak Road near State Street. The new $50 million Cermak-McCormick Place station...