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Divvy Bike Share

Recent Headlines
Garfield Park »

The bike network still won't extend below 87th Street, but officials said it "absolutely" will someday.

Pilsen »

Divvy ridership in 2016 is up 48 percent, according to the mayor's office. 

Lincoln Park »

Annual Divvy memberships will cost colleges students only $55, instead of the usual $75.

Lincoln Square »

A Divvy interactive traffic pattern map shows lots of users are riding from point to point in the 'hood.

Lincoln Square »

Divvy bike stations arrived in Lincoln Square just as construction of the Berteau Greenway got underway.

Chinatown »

The addition of shareable bikes adds to the transit makeover already underway at the busy intersection.

The Loop »

Divvy users have logged 150,000 miles since the program was introduced three weeks ago.

Downtown »

Some cyclists are confused about the cost, and billing errors are leading to surprise charges.