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Only 24 percent of jobs in the region are accessible by transit in 90 minutes or less by a typical resident — and that number drops to 12 percent in the suburbs.

Want a Divvy station in your neighborhood?

Following last month’s announcement that Divvy is growing to 475 stations in Chicago, the bike-sharing program has launched a suggestion page for users to map out their ideal spots for new stations.

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The site’s map shows other users’ suggestions as well as the existing stations so that you can support or comment on each one.

There are currently 300 Divvy stations in the city. The additional 175 installed next year will make Divvy the largest bike-share system in the country and the fifth largest in the world.

Beyond the 475 stations to be installed, the Chicago Department of Trasportatioin has applied for funding to install 75 more. 

The new stations will expand to more neighborhoods and possibly suburbs while also filling in gaps in current service.

Divvy crowdsourced locations for its initial launch, so this is the second round of suggestions on where to add more blue cruisers.

Check out the site to suggest a new station near you, support suggestions with a heart, or comment on current and suggested stations with your own input. Get your voice heard!