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More Divvy Bike Share Stations Coming to Lincoln Park by Monday

By Paul Biasco | July 25, 2013 7:23am
 Divvy bikes in Chicago.
Divvy Bikes in Chicago
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LINCOLN PARK — Four more Divvy bike share stations will be installed in Lincoln Park by Monday, according to the city.

The new stations will add to the eight currently in the neighborhood.

The new stations will be at:

• Clark Street and North Avenue

• Greenview and Fullerton avenues

• Ashland and Wrightwood avenues

• Racine Avenue at Diversey Boulevard

Beyond the four new stations that will be in place by Monday, the city is planning on installing 28 more stations in Lincoln Park as part of the program that will eventually roll out 300 stations citywide by the end of the summer.

As of Monday, 50,000 trips had been made on the bikes, 3,100 people had signed up for annual memberships and more than 14,000 24-hour passes had been bought

The program has been active for less than a month yet bikers have logged more than 175,000 miles on the light-blue Divvy bikes.