Chicago’s Bike Share Program To Become Nation’s Biggest in 2014

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday that Divvy’s expansion is being funded in part by $3 million from a U.S. Department of Transportation program.
Divvy, which launched in June, currently has 300 bike share stations. The DOT funding will add 75 bike share stations to its network, on top of an already-planned-for 100 station expansion slated for next year. Sum total of new Divvy stations in 2014: 475.