Assessing The Growing Pains Of Divvy After Four Years

A rack of Divvy bikes in Chicago.
A rack of Divvy bikes in Chicago. Antonio Roberts / Flickr
A rack of Divvy bikes in Chicago.
A rack of Divvy bikes in Chicago. Antonio Roberts / Flickr

Assessing The Growing Pains Of Divvy After Four Years

Chicago’s bike sharing program Divvy celebrates its four year anniversary Wednesday.

The program, which has reached 11 million rides in the past four years, will add 400 bicycles and 40 more stations in new areas around the city.

We check in with Divvy General Manager Elliot Greenberger about the state of the program and new areas they are targeting. We also take your calls about how you use Divvy and suggestions for improvement. Then we hear from WBEZ’s Jerome McDonnell from Worldview, who thinks you should make the switch from four wheels to two.