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  • Divvy Bike Share community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13

    Evanston community members are invited to learn and share input on Evanston's upcoming Divvy Bike Share program at a community meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 7 - 9 p.m., in the Morton Civic Center Council Chambers, 2100 Ridge Ave, according to a news...
  • Chicago wants to roll out universal app for hailing taxis

    Chicago wants to roll out universal app for hailing taxis
    The rapidly expanding rides-for-hire industry in Chicago is undergoing more change Monday. Customers will no longer be able to arrange a regular taxi or a black-car pickup using Hailo, one of a number of transportation smartphone apps that have...
  • Company that operates Divvy bike-share program being sold

    Company that operates Divvy bike-share program being sold
    The company that operates the Divvy bicycle-sharing program in Chicago is being sold, the new owner announced Tuesday. Bikeshare Holdings said it has reached an agreement to acquire Alta Bicycle Share. Alta manages Divvy and bike-share programs in...
  • Union seeks to represent Divvy workers

    Union seeks to represent Divvy workers
    A union seeking to represent workers of Chicago's Divvy bike-sharing program filed an election petition last week with the National Labor Relations Board. John Samuelsen, Transport Workers Union executive vice president, said the union seeks to represent...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Nov. 5

    Five things for Wednesday, Nov. 5
    Election hangover edition of five things for you today in Central Florida. 1. Governor Rick Scott won a second term as governor defeating Democratic candidate Charlie Crist. Scott said at his speech last night, "It's time to put all the division...
  • 3 of Chicago's best, most worthy--and unrealized--plans

     3 of Chicago's best, most worthy--and unrealized--plans
    Whenever civic leaders set out to tackle a problem, they first create a plan. "The problem is, we've got lots of plans," LISC Chicago executive director Susana Vasquez told a City Club of Chicago audience recently. "It takes more than a plan to...
  • Divvy does hockey

    Divvy does hockey
    Starting this week, five of the city's Divvy bike-share bicycles are sporting the black and red team colors of the Blackhawks as well as the numbers of five players. The bikes, which are decorated in bike wraps designed by the Chicago-based Spoken Art...
  • CTA bus ridership down year-over-year for past 19 months

    CTA bus ridership down year-over-year for past 19 months
    Love is patient—unless it is waiting for a CTA bus. Just ask Crystal Carrazco. Carrazco, 22, used to take the No. 9-Ashland bus from her Ukrainian Village home to catch the No. 73-Armitage bus to her boyfriend’s place in Hermosa on the...
  • 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....
  • Divvy faces growing pains in Chicago

    Divvy faces growing pains in Chicago
    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-...
  • 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...