Discount Divvy memberships and rides. If I had to commute into the office these days I would be riding a Divvy to work. Avoiding public transportation is one less chance for viral exposure. It also makes public transit safer for transit workers and for people who have no alternative but to ride it.
The City has announced through April 30, an annual Divvy membership will be reduced to $49.50 instead of the $99, and single rides of 30 minutes that ordinarily cost $3 will be reduced to $1. The city is also offering a month of free 45-minute rides to health care workers who sign up through their employers by April 30.
These price reductions are aimed at keeping everyone mobile to commute to work and obtain essential goods and services. Divvy is also useful as a first- and last-mile solution for getting to and from transit stations. Read about Divvy’s sanitation protocols during the pandemic here.