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Just in time for tomorrow’s Blackhawks parade, Chicago is launching its newest form of transportation: bike-sharing.
Tomorrow the Chicago Department of Transportation will unveil its hassle free and first-of-a-kind concept, aimed at providing easy access and quick transportation to locals and visitors.
The program plans to expand to 300 stations with 3000 bikes by the end of this summer and will be one of the largest bike-sharing systems in the country.

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