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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern


Lake Michigan. The lake has experienced some of the highest water levels on record, and the rising trend is expected to continue.

High Lake Michigan water levels pose public safety concerns

January 14, 2020

Lake Michigan water levels, some of the highest seen in years, pose a discernible public safety concern, according to several scientists and experts. The lake levels, measured by the U.S. Army Corps...

Divvy brings 100 bikes to 10 locations throughout Evanston this week. The program, funded in part by Northwestern and a $3 million grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation, comes to the city nearly three years after officials first expressed interest.

Divvy bikes debut in Evanston

June 29, 2016

Evanston residents will have another means of transportation when Divvy bikes roll into town this week. After nearly three years of planning, the program will bring 100 bikes to 10 locations throughout...

Eight Divvy bike stations will open in Evanston in spring 2016. Bikers will be able to purchase a $75 annual membership or a 24-hour pass for $7.

City to install Divvy bikes in spring 2016

May 17, 2015

The Evanston Divvy Bikes program will launch in spring 2016 after the equipment is ordered this fall, the city announced Friday. The decision to install bikes next year came after the Illinois Department...

Community members discuss potential station sites for the Divvy bike share program. Input from Evanston residents at the Tuesday meeting and through an online survey will help organizers determine locations for eight bike stations coming to the city this summer.

Evanston residents weigh in on Divvy bike share program

January 13, 2015

Community members weighed in on potential sites for Divvy, a bike-sharing program that is  coming to Evanston, during a meeting on Tuesday. About 20 people attended the meeting at the Civic Center,...

Divvy bikes sit at a rental station in the city of Chicago. The bike sharing service will come to Evanston in spring 2015.

Divvy bike sharing program to expand into Evanston

September 28, 2014

The bike sharing service Divvy will come to Evanston in spring 2015, Gov. Pat Quinn's office announced Sunday. Starting next year, the city will install eight Divvy docking stations, according to a...

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