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Divvy Comes Out of Hibernation

Seven hundred bikes that had been put into winter storage are being re-deployed

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    Chicago's new bike sharing program survived its first winter in operation. Now that it's spring, the program is bringing more of the bikes out of hibernation.

    Seven hundred bikes that had been put into winter storage are being re-deployed throughout the system of 300 docking stations.

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    Chicago launched the program known as Divvy last summer with a goal of getting more people to bike to work and fostering quality of life and vibrancy downtown.

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    In the first nine months of operation, riders have taken more than 900,000 trips on Divvy bikes.