CHICAGO — Chicago's bike sharing program Divvy has backpedaled on its start date.
The federally-funded program was set to launch on a "limited" basis this week. Instead, 75 stations Downtown and on the North and Northwest Sides will now all launch June 28, the program announced Tuesday.
The first station will be installed Friday at Daley Plaza, Divvy said.
Riders can buy a $75 year-membership or a $7 24-hour pass, which are good for unlimited 30-minute rides. A fee is assessed for additional time.