Chicago will soon see 176 new Divvy bike stations installed around the city.
Installation of the new bike sharing stations starts this month and is slated to be finished by early summer, the RedEye reports.
The geographic area of the city serviced by Divvy will double when installation of the new stations is completed. However, some areas of Chicago will still be left without Divvy bike service after the expansion.
When the latest expansion is completed, areas of the city beyond Touhy Avenue in Rogers Park on the North, 75th Street in South Shore on the South, and Pulaski Road in Little Village and Avondale on the West will not be serviced by the Divvy program, according to the RedEye.
Chicago Department of Transportation Assistant Commissioner Sean Wiedel said the city intends to pursue further expansion of the Divvy program in the future.