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  • Divvy data determines station needs

    Divvy data determines station needs
    To determine which Divvy stations need more bikes and which ones need more parking spots, officials with Chicago's bike-sharing program examine historical and real-time data. Divvy divides the day into specific time periods—morning, midday, evening...
  • The Divvy blues: Bike-sharing program facing growing pains

    The Divvy blues: Bike-sharing program facing growing pains
    One recent Tuesday morning, Jennifer Burgess left her Lakeview home and walked to the nearest Divvy station, at Racine and Diversey avenues. Since it was 10 a.m. and raining, Burgess figured not many people would be taking advantage of Chicago's bike-...
  • Chicago is overpaying for Divvy

    Chicago is overpaying for Divvy
    Urban cyclists on blue bikes will soon be seen pedaling along the shores of Lake Michigan — but in another major city, and at a much lower price than in Chicago. Recently, Milwaukee launched a public bike-sharing program called Bublr. The concept...
  • Divvy bike-share expansion delayed until spring

     Divvy bike-share expansion delayed until spring
    Chicago's Divvy bicycle-sharing program plans to add 175 stations and 1,750 bikes in the spring, the city will announce Thursday, a behind-schedule expansion that will extend the program as far north as Touhy Avenue and as far south as 75th Street....
  • Chicago No. 2 among nation's bicycle-friendly cities: magazine

    Chicago No. 2 among nation's bicycle-friendly cities: magazine
    Three years after Mayor Rahm Emanuel first pledged to make Chicago the nation's most “bike-friendly” city, Chicago has inched its way up to No. 2. That's according to Bicycling Magazine, which biennially ranks 50 U.S. cities for their...
  • Evanston residents: Extend Purple Line Express hours to Chicago

    Evanston residents: Extend Purple Line Express hours to Chicago
    Evanston city officials are trying to gauge resident interest in extending service hours for the Purple Line Express, which operates between Chicago and the suburbs, as well as expanding bus service. The suburb is hosting an online poll about transit...
  • Most snow since 2011 blizzard -- and counting

    Most snow since 2011 blizzard -- and counting
    Chicagoans rose to the first business day of the new year to find streets, sidewalks and cars covered in snow from a bout of harsh weather that had halted flights and even shut down Chicago's bike-share program. As of noon, as much as 18 inches of...
  • Divvy to reopen noon Saturday after weather closure

    Divvy to reopen noon Saturday after weather closure
    Divvy plans to reopen its bike sharing system at noon Saturday after the snowstorm shuttered the operation. According to its website, Divvy said Saturday's noon reopening is subject to weather conditions. Divvy had closed the system at noon Tuesday...
  • Spring break: Divvy sets new single-day record

    Spring break: Divvy sets new single-day record
    If you thought Saturday was a great day for a bike ride, you weren’t alone. With temperatures reaching 80 degrees, Divvy — Chicago’s bike-sharing program — broke its single-day record Saturday, with 10,866 rides. The previous...
  • More bike lanes on way for Chicago

    More bike lanes on way for Chicago
    The city plans to install 20 more miles of bike lanes this spring and summer as part of a continued push to make Chicago more bicycle friendly. The Chicago Department of Transportation plan includes five miles of protected bike lanes, which are...
  • Divvy bikes allowed in Chicago Triathlon

    Divvy bikes allowed in Chicago Triathlon
    Triathletes who don’t own bikes are no longer at a disadvantage in Chicago.  Organizers have announced 100 participants will be allowed to compete on Divvy bikes during the Transamerica Chicago Triathlon in August. The sky-blue-colored bikes...