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Portage Park »

"It's a disappointment for sure," Six Corners Business Association President Levi Moore said.  

Englewood »

Next spring, Divvy will expand to 475 stations with 4,750 bikes.

Downtown »

New York's bike-sharing program has four times as many members as Chicago's, and they took more trips.

Logan Square »

To help make sense of the complex Divvy web, Datascope Analytics created a citywide pattern map.

The Loop »

Looking for a bike-friendly route somewhere without bike lanes? Hit the trails blazed by Divvy riders.

The Loop »

The service will add convenience for commuters and urban explorers, the bike-share service said.

Portage Park »

Four Divvy stations are set to be built on the Northwest Side, Ald. John Arena announced.

Lincoln Square »

The five new Divvy stations will bring the ward's total to 27.

Albany Park »

Nine Divvy locations are set for the 33rd Ward as part of the bikeshare program's continued expansion.

Downtown »

The city's bike share system was more popular than ever Memorial Day weekend.

West Rogers Park »

The bike-sharing program has been creeping to the city's outskirts, such as Rogers Park.

Lakeview »

City officials said a need to expand the station, not the lawsuit, prompted Thursday's move.

South Shore (above 79th) »

The bike-sharing program will expand its South Side presence, according to a list of proposed stations.

West Loop »

During Divvy Week, cyclists showed off the baby blue bikes with the hashtag #divvygram.