Chicago’s bike-sharing program wants input from West Side residents about where to locate new docking stations.
Austin residents are being asked to participate in an interactive survey to choose the next location for the Divvy station.
Austin has 14 stations out of 600 stations citywide. Divvy is a program of the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT), which owns the city’s 6,000 bikes as well as its stations and vehicles.
Annual memberships are as low as $5 for eligible individuals 16 or older under Divvy for Everyone. Those receiving SNAP, WIC, LIHEAP, Medicaid or public housing assistance are eligible.