Scene of the crime: Pine Grove/Addison in Lakeview. Photo: Shaun Jacobsen.
The residents who sued the Chicago Department of Transportation and Alderman James Cappleman to have the Divvy bike sharing station removed from “6 steps” from their condos alleged that they were the only residence to be in such situation. At the hearing for the request for emergency injunction, which was denied, they said, “[we've] not seen any Divvy stations near residences”.
There are three other Divvy stations I’ve noticed that are equally close to residences but from which no lawsuits came. I suspect many others may exist but perhaps not as close as “6 steps”. The lawsuit provided no barrier, though, in the expansion and installation of Divvy stations across Chicago.
The very close stations include:
Emerald/28th in Bridgeport. Photo: Justin Haugens.
Halsted/Willow in Lincoln Park. Photo: Justin Haugens.
Damen/Pierce in Wicker Park
18th/Halsted. Photo by Timmmmmmmm.