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Chicago Suburbs See Different Results From Divvy Partnership

The Village of Oak Park last week voted to end its contract with Divvy -- that means beginning tomorrow residents will no longer be able to commute using its blue bikes and docking stations. But Evanston, the only other suburb to have an official partnership with the company, says its ridership has been increasing since the program went into effect about 18 months ago.

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