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Bridgeport »

Dedicated bike lanes will stretch from 26th to Van Buren streets.

Hyde Park »

Lakefront cyclists tested out the program, but found problems during the first weekend.

Lakeview »

Criticisms of the Lakeview residents' suit have "cut [them] to the quick," they said.

Lakeview »

A condominium association in Lakeview wants the Divvy bikes out, according to a filed complaint.  

Logan Square »

Some bike activists hope the new program draws in new riders, leading to increased sales. 

Chinatown »

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

Lincoln Park »

By the end of the summer, the city plans to add 28 more docking stations to the neighborhoods.

Logan Square »

Logan Square and Humboldt Park will get three Divvy bike-sharing stations this week with 9 more to come.

Chinatown »

Saturday's events will draw thousands to the neighborhood, but street closures could snarl traffic.

Wicker Park »

Free parking is sparse in Wicker Park, and business owners said new bike-sharing stations do not help.

Downtown »

The Chicago Department of Transportation's long-awaited bike-sharing program is available citywide.

Downtown »

The first 75 stations Downtown and on the North and Northwest sides now will launch June 28.