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The Divvy blues: Bike-sharing program facing growing pains

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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Chanda Blackamore, 19, of Bronzeville, pulls Divvy bikes from an overcrowded station near 1586 N. Damen Ave.

One recent Tuesday morning, Jennifer Burgess left her Lakeview home and walked to the nearest Divvy station, at Racine and Diversey avenues.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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Divvy faces growing pains in Chicago

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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Chanda Blackamore, 19, of Bronzeville, pulls Divvy bikes from an overcrowded station near 1586 N. Damen Ave.

One recent Tuesday morning, Jennifer Burgess left her Lakeview home and walked to the nearest Divvy station, at Racine and Diversey avenues.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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The Divvy blues: Bike-sharing program facing growing pains

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

This article has 3 other Chicago locations (Show)

Chanda Blackamore, 19, of Bronzeville, pulls Divvy bikes from an overcrowded station near 1586 N. Damen Ave.

One recent Tuesday morning, Jennifer Burgess left her Lakeview home and walked to the nearest Divvy station, at Racine and Diversey avenues.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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Divvy bike-sharing program pedaling to keep up with riders

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

This article has 2 other Chicago locations (Show)

One recent Tuesday morning, Jennifer Burgess left her Lakeview home and walked to the nearest Divvy station, at Racine and Diversey avenues.

There is one near Andersonville's southern border—at Clark Street and Winnemac Avenue, which has 15 docks. Under the expansion, there would be Divvy stops at Clark Street and Berwyn Avenue, and Clark and Bryn Mawr Avenue, two of the most requested stops, Hammer said.

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