Pump The Brakes Chicago
The City of Chicago is racing into a no-bid, exclusive contract with Divvy that leaves money, jobs and better access on the table. Let’s...
PUMP THE BRAKES
The City turned down a $450 million investment package in rideshare from JUMP—an investment that would have expanded bikeshare to all 50 wards by May 2019—in favor of a $50 million deal with Divvy that excludes all competition won’t see bikeshare expanded until 2021.
Alderman vote on April 10 so now’s the time to be heard!
Check out the facts and send a clear message to your aldermen: exclusive contracts don’t work. Two investments are better than one. More competition means better service for every neighborhood throughout the city. Let’s pump the brakes on Divvy’s exclusive bike sharing deal.