As Divvy has expanded and reached more neighborhoods, the team has worked closely with the Chicago Department of Transportation to make the system more accessible and affordable. Divvy has engaged communities through its Divvy “Community Connections” newsletter, through its Design-a-Divvy contest in which public school students created fender designs that reflected their neighborhoods, and through its Divvy on Tour weekend where ambassadors popped up at new stations and educated Chicagoans about bike share.

In 2015, the “Divvy for Everyone” (D4E) program launched, which makes Divvy memberships available to low-income Chicagoans for just $5 for the first year of membership for those who qualify. The program offers options for cash payments for residents who qualify for D4E but lack access to a credit or debit card.

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Divvy for Everyone

As Divvy has expanded and reached more neighborhoods, the team has worked closely with the Chicago Department of Transportation to make the system more accessible and affordable. Divvy has engaged communities through its Divvy “Community Connections” newsletter, through its Design-a-Divvy contest in which public school students created fender designs that reflected their neighborhoods, and through its Divvy on Tour weekend where ambassadors popped up at new stations and educated Chicagoans about bike share.

In 2015, the “Divvy for Everyone” (D4E) program launched, which makes Divvy memberships available to low-income Chicagoans for just $5 for the first year of membership for those who qualify. The program offers options for cash payments for residents who qualify for D4E but lack access to a credit or debit card.