Divvy bikes program to add 175 more stations next year, bringing total to 475
November 6, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago's Divvy is set to become the largest bike sharing system in North America.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was expected to announce another expansion of Divvy for next year on Wednesday.
Thanks to an additional $3 million in federal funding, Divvy will add 175 more bike stations. By next year, there will 475 Divvy bike stations across the city.
That's more than the numbers of bike stations in New York and Montreal.
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