MAP: Divvy stations vs. income levels

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SHARE MAP: Divvy stations vs. income levels

On Tuesday, the city announced a new “Divvy for Everyone” program, an expansion of the bike sharing service geared toward residents who fall below certain income thresholds.

Divvy has become a popular mode of transportation, but has been outside the budget of many city residents, a problem the D4E is intended to fix.

But, many of the areas which could benefits from an income-adjusted Divvy program have no access to Divvy station until more expansion is undertaken.

Here’s a look at how incomes and Divvy availability stack up in Chicago.

Click on a census tract (in green) to see the median household income level:

And here’s how Divvy station locations matchup with population levels:

Click on a census tract (in orange) to see the population:

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