Divvy Introduces E-Bike Charging Docks

  • Date: 04/25/2024

According to a report by John Greenfield in Streetsblog Chicago, the Divvy bike share system is installing new docks at its stations that will both secure and charge the system’s e-bikes, cutting down on the need for Divvy staff to swap out batteries or bring bikes to a central location for charging.

According to a Divvy/Lyft staffer, “The next-generation docks are currently at 20 stations and are coming to another 150 stations by the end of the year.” The company says the new docks offer easier docking and a more intuitive user experience while “virtually eliminating” the possibility for entire stations to go out of service since each dock uses independent batteries and solar panels.

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