Divvy Bike Sharing Adds More Bikes for 2014
The Divvy bike sharing system currently maintains 300 stations across Chicago and will be adding 175 more stations in 2014. Divvy Chicago will have the most stations in North America with 475, expanding into new neighborhoods, while also filling in gaps in the current service area. Area residents are invited to suggest new location sites.
Divvy provides thousands of bikes from Andersonville to Hyde Park, available 24/7, 365 days a year. Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, station map and a docking system that releases bikes using a member key or ride code. Bikers must be at least 16 years old.
Individuals may purchase an annual membership online or get a 24-hour pass from any Divvy station. Annual members receive a unique Divvy key in the mail after completing their application for unlimited 30-minute trips. Divvy crews constantly monitor and balance stations to make sure they are neither full nor empty.
Visit the interactive map online at Suggest.DivvyBikes.com to suggest and support new locations to the Divvy site selection team.