Divvy bike share
Uber sues Chicago for exclusive bike-share deal with Lyft
The lawsuit aims to void the deal approved by the Emanuel administration
Google Maps now shows Divvy stations and available bikes
Chicago is one of 24 cities that displays real time bikeshare data on the popular navigation app.
City officials prepare for Divvy expansion on Far South Side
Community meetings will help CDOT determine where new stations should be placed.
Divvy could get $50M expansion, electric bikes
Lyft wants the exclusive right to operate a bike share in Chicago
Use Divvy bikes through Lyft app soon
Lyft could also bring scooters and electric bikes
Get a free or discounted ride to vote with Divvy, Lyft, Uber
These companies are helping Chicagoans get to the polls
Bike Lane Uprising empowers cyclists, makes roads safer
City officials found the data helpful in pinpointing where safety improvements could be made
Divvy plans to open 36 more stations citywide
The South and West sides are getting fewer stations than expected
Milwaukee Avenue gets protected bike lanes from Ohio to Chicago
Uber is bringing dockless electric bikes to Chicago’s South Side
The red Jump bikes will debut on Monday as part of the city’s six-month pilot program.
Find a peaceful city bike ride with this map
The Mellow Chicago Bike Map skips car heavy streets
New trip planner tool combines Divvy, public transit for smarter route
Coord helps riders plan a trip in a way they actually travel
Dockless bike-share pilot program heads to Chicago’s Far South Side
If all goes well, the system could be expanded to the rest of the city.
Divvy bikers took a record number of trips in 2017
Can you guess the most popular Divvy station?