Recent Streetsblog CHICAGO posts about Divvy

Riders at an adaptive bike clinic hosted last year in Portland to collect input for the Biketown program. Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland

Advocates: Divvy Should Be Expanded to Include Bikes for People With Disabilities

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[The Chicago Reader publishes a weekly transportation column written by Streetsblog Chicago editor John Greenfield. We syndicate the column on Streetsblog after it comes out online.] Although Rudy Winfrey says he’s “blind as a bat,” he regularly experiences the joy of cycling. Winfrey, a 72-year-old clerk with the Chicago Department of Streets & Sanitation, lost his sight […]

Dates Announced for CDOT’s Bike Classes, Suitable for Absolute Beginners

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Today the Chicago Department of Transportation announced the dates and locations for its free adult bike-handling classes on the South and West sides, part of the department’s strategy to encourage more use of the Divvy bike-share system in low-to-moderate-income communities of color. Here’s the info: Garfield Workforce Center 
10 S. Kedzie Avenue July 25-29, 6:00 […]