Divvy Breaks Ride Record Memorial Day Weekend

By DNAinfo Staff on May 26, 2014 3:17pm

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The Divvy station once located near Addison and Pine Grove has been moved to Waveland and Pine Grove. It was the subject of a lawsuit from residents who didn't want it, although city officials said the suit did not play a role in the change. DNAinfo/Erica Demarest

The Divvy station once located near Addison and Pine Grove has been moved to Waveland and Pine Grove. It was the subject of a lawsuit from residents who didn’t want it, although city officials said the suit did not play a role in the change.
DNAinfo/Erica Demarest

CHICAGO — Chicagoans know better than to let warm weather go to waste. From beach hangs to bike rides, people were out and about this weekend — and Divvy was more popular than ever.

The city’s bike share system broke its single-day record with 16,259 rides Sunday, topping Saturday’s 12,863 trips, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office said in a statement.

“Divvy continues to grow as a transportation option, and the warm weather is convincing even more Chicagoans and visitors to use this transit option for getting around the city,” Emanuel said in a statement.


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