CHICAGO - Divvy is adding 107 stations across Chicago, city officials announced Thursday.
The new lightweight e-stations will be installed on the Southwest and Northwest sides of the city.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot will join Ald. Michael Scott (24th) and Lyft in North Lawndale for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.
Divvy will be adding a total of 3,500 e-bikes.
In addition, 45 miles of new bike lanes will be added by 2022, funded through Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago Works infrastructure plan.
The city's ride-share program recorded its highest ridership day on June 5 with 36,347 rides.