A total of 20 Divvy stations are planned for North Austin and West Humboldt Park, building off the existing network in South Austin that was installed in 2016. The Chicago Department of Transportation is seeking input as it decides on the new locations.
Chicago’s bike-sharing program wants input from West Side residents about where to locate new docking stations. Austin has 14 stations out of 600 citywide.
Divvy donated 70 bikes to seniors of Michele Clark Academic Prep Magnet High School for their second annual ride to eight nearby elementary schools.
The Chicago Department of Transportation is seeking input from local residents at a community meeting March 21 at the Austin Library, 5615 W. Race.
But there’s still no bike station in Austin or several of the city’s South and West side neighborhoods.
Austin still doesn’t have a Divvy station, and that’s not right, says Ald-elect Chris Taliaferro.
By Cara Ball | October 12, 2014
Chicago’s 1-year-old bike-sharing program will be expanding to the West Side.
Some residents voice frustration that none of the city’s 400 stations is located in Chicago’s most-populated neighborhood, but that could change.
By Reema Amin | October 15, 2013
The next meeting will be held Nov. 6 at Columbus Park.
By AustinTalks | September 18, 2013
Just two of the 400 stations planned by Divvy will be located on the West Side.