CHICAGO — The city is planning to add Divvy stations to areas lacking them on the Far North and South sides — which will make Chicago's program the biggest bike-sharing system in North America, the mayor's office announced.
The expansion, which is planned for early next spring will bring the system to 475 stations with 4,750 total bikes, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office said.
The city's Department of Transportation used feedback from citizens to determine the new locations of the stations, which will extend north to Touhy Avenue, South to 75th Street and as far West as Pulaski Road, the statement said.
Since its launch in 2013, Chicagoans have taken 2.3 million trips on Divvy bikes.
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