Divvy Hiring 200 Workers For SummerChicago's bikeshare is hiring 200 workers for the summer.
Coronavirus In Chicago: City Planning Subsidies For Taxi Industry During COVID-19 Outbreak"These measures are being taken to support taxi drivers and operators while ensuring transportation options remain available for those that need them, particularly the most vulnerable that rely on ADA and paratransit services for essential trips," the mayor's office said.
Adults Can Take Divvy Bike Lessons This SummerRiding a bike is a skill you typically don't forget, but biking through Chicago's busy streets is another ballgame. 
Divvy, Lyft and Uber To Offer Discounted Rides To Voters On Election DayGetting to the polls on Election Day is easier this year thanks to the ride sharing services Divvy, Lyft and Uber.
Saturday Is Free Divvy DayIt's a partnership with Divvy and Noosa yogurt. 
Divvy Offers Discounts On Cyber MondayChicago was recently named the number one best bike city by Bicycling magazine.
Divvy Offers Valet Service During Air & Water ShowDivvy offers valet services near popular locations at the Air & Water Show this weekend.
Divvy Expanding On South, West SidesThe blue Divvy bikes which have become a fixture in many Chicago neighborhoods will soon be expanding to new neighborhoods on the West and South sides
Divvy Offers Half Price 24-Hour Passes MondayAs a way to celebrate “bonus” day for leap year, riders can purchase a 24-hour pass, which usually costs $9.95, for $5 available at all 475 stations, according to a statement from the Chicago Department of Transportation.
Divvy Bikes Hiking Cost Of Daily PassDespite the popularity of the bike sharing program, the system is working in the red, and city officials said although people use Divvy a good deal, ridership is down a bit, so more money is needed to keep it running. Starting Wednesday, the fee for a 24-hour pass will go up from $7 to $9.95.
City Offering $5 Divvy Memberships To Low-Income ResidentsLow-income residents in Chicago are being offered significant discounts on the city’s popular Divvy bike-sharing program.