Just a few days ago, a bike rack was pulled from the intersection of May and Polk streets after the Tribune inquired about the safety of the location. According to the paper,"It's one of 23 stations the city has moved since the bike rental program took off and the high-tech racks began proliferating in some of Chicago's most densely populated neighborhoods." Despite these hiccups (along with a few other security and safety complaints), Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office "has touted the Divvy program as a success." So much so that the city plans to add another 100 stations in the spring, making the grand total 400 stations.
So, what do you think? Are you digging Divvy? Click here to read the entire article via the Chicago Tribune.