• Nice reporting. It’s a tough dilemma — the city doesn’t have an infinite budget for installing and servicing Divvy stations. They want to reach as many neighborhoods as possible, but if they spread the stations too thin, the service isn’t as useful. They also need to make sure the system isn’t operating at too much of a financial loss, or it won’t be sustainable. it’s a difficult balancing act, but offering deeply discounted memberships for low-income Chicagoans is a step in the right direction towards equity.

    • Karl Browne

      Because, you know, we have to supply poor people with EVERYTHING… and we have to act like they’re actually interested in a bike share…