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Map: Where Chicago's 100+ New Divvy Stations Are Going

By Mae Rice in Arts & Entertainment on Jun 7, 2016 5:21PM

Divvy bikes (Photo by Phil Roeder via the Chicagoist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)

Chicagoland is getting more than 100 new Divvy stations, the bike-sharing company recently announced. That includes 85 new Chicago stations, concentrated on the South and West Sides of the city, as well as 13 new stations in Oak Park and 10 in Evanston.

In Chicago proper, the southernmost station is planned for 87th & State; the furthest west stations are planned for Harlem & Madison and Harlem & Kinzie, roughly. Some key landmarks are getting Divvy stations, too; The Garfield Park Conservatory, for instance, got a station that just opened last week.

This expansion has been in the works for a while. It was first announced back in January, and in May, Divvy announced it had ordered 1,000 new bikes.

Divvy also recently announced an expansion of their free valet service to accommodate Chicago's one million summer fests. Basically, everything Divvy is growing.

Here's a map of where the new stations will go, with areas with new stations planned colored red, and existing stations covered blue. (Click here for a higher-res map that's easier to zoom in on.)

Map courtesy of the Chicago Department of Transportation