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Divvy Bike Share

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  • BCBS members offered Divvy membership discounts

    BCBS members offered Divvy membership discounts
    Three months into Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois's sponsorship of Chicago's bike share program, Divvy, the health insurance provider will begin offering Divvy membership discounts. The annual price of a Divvy membership, which allows people to check...
  • App rates environmental sustainability in Chicago's neighborhoods

    App rates environmental sustainability in Chicago's neighborhoods
    What is Chicago's greenest neighborhood, and which areas of the city need help to get there? To answer that question, a team of programmers developed Green Score--the winning digital tool from a recent local app-making competition. And now its...
  • IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive

    IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive
    Think you can make North Lake Shore Drive better? Through an online map, the city and state departments of transportation and the city's park district are giving Chicagoans through the end of the month to pitch their suggestions for improving the...
  • Here's what's up in Indy

    Here's what's up in Indy
    "This is not the city I grew up in," said Alyssa Starr Newerth, director of advancement at Indy Reads Books, a locally owned bookshop. "So much has changed. People love this city so much now — you can feel it." There is a feeling that Indianapolis...
  • Chicago one of worst cities to drive

    Chicago one of worst cities to drive
    Chicago is one of the worst cities in the country to drive a car, according to the financial website NerdWallet. The site analyzed data on the cost of owning and maintaining a car, weather trends and how often commuters face delays, and put Chicago...
  • Bike-part vending machines

    Bike-part vending machines
    Jana Kinsman knows the hassle a suddenly flat inner tube can cause a cyclist. Kinsman, 28, of Pilsen, rides her bike to and from the beehives serviced by her nonprofit organization, Bike a Bee. In case her bicycle needs work, she carries a patch kit and...
  • Walk this way

    Walk this way
    After a crash totaled Erica Johnson’s car, she decided owning a car in Chicago was no longer worth the hassle. Johnson, 26, of Norwood Park, used to drive to her job, but now she bikes 4 miles to work in Mayfair or takes a CTA bus when the weather...
  • Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal

    Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal
    Chicago is hustling to reach the finish line next spring on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's promise to complete 100 miles of bicycle lanes that are shielded from traffic, and city officials hope the public doesn't judge the project strictly by the number of bike...
  • Could you save money by losing a car?

    My husband and I have been car free since 2003, when his 1993 Saturn bit the dust. We have lived in New York City all that time, where we commute on the subway, ride our bikes, catch cabs, use the bike share system, take the East River Ferry and ride...
  • New bike shop Ancien Cycles to open weekdays at 7 a.m.

    New bike shop Ancien Cycles to open weekdays at 7 a.m.
    Opening at 7 a.m. weekdays and serving local coffee, a new West Town bike shop is aiming to serve commuters. Ancien Cycles will open its doors June 16 at 688 N. Milwaukee Ave.--one of the city's most-trafficked bike lanes. Regular operating hours will...
  • Chicago should reconsider ban of pedicabs on some streets

    Chicago should reconsider ban of pedicabs on some streets
    T.C. O'Rourke makes his living pedaling people around Chicago in a tricycle taxi. But thanks to City Hall, he might soon be out of business. As of Saturday, it's illegal for pedicab drivers to use busy downtown stretches of Michigan Avenue and State...