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Beverly »

Bike lanes should be part of the conversation to bring Divvy to Beverly, says organizer of the petition.

Irving Park »

But it shouldn't be up to the girls to clean the pigeon poop under Old Irving Park's viaducts, some say.

Albany Park »

The Go Albany Park program is underway with biking, walking and transit events to get the 'hood moving.

Rogers Park »

Seven stations are slated for the neighborhood.

Downtown »

The bike-share system will cover 87 square miles of the city with 176 new stations.

Hyde Park »

The first three new stations are being installed in the neighborhood.

Downtown »

Four hundred bikes are coming out of winter storage and going back on the roads.

The Loop »

Divvy cyclists have reported being involved in 18 crashes since the program's inception in 2013.

Wicker Park »

Matthew Koehne trained for a triathlon on a Divvy; Alisa Hauser got a gutter punk to ride with her.

Streeterville »

A YouTube user spotted the blowing bikes Downtown on Friday.

Downtown »

Divvy workers filed formal paperwork with the National Labor Relations Board Thursday.

Lincoln Park »

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

Near West Side »

Five black and red bikes feature numbers of Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and other stars.  

Lincoln Square »

Ten Divvy stations will be installed in the 40th Ward by the spring.