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Chicago promotes bike-share program

Published: Monday, April 21, 2014 11:17 p.m. CST

CHICAGO – With the arrival of warmer weather, the city of Chicago is promoting its bicycle-sharing program.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has declared this week “Divvy Week.” It’s part of a push to get more residents, commuters and tourists to rent the blue Divvy bikes from hundreds of docking stations across the city.

Special deals are available during “Divvy Week.” Daily bike passes will cost $5. They normally cost $7.

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