Crain's Chicago Business reported Wednesday that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn rejected a $3 million grant that would have brought the Divvy bike-sharing program to the suburbs of Oak Park and Evanston.
The business journal reported that the grant would have made up "11 percent of the $27.4 million in public funding" Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration would have used to expand the program.
The funds would have purchased 75 docking stations in the two communities, Crain's reports.
The full story is available on the Crain's website at http://tinyurl.com/mwxjdzq.
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