Story by Tanveer Ali, courtesy DNAinfo Chicago:
CHICAGO — Divvy, the city's bike-share network, remained shut down Friday morning, but its operators promised to let the cycling public know as soon as the bikes can be rented again.
The system shut down at noon Thursday because of the weather, marking the first time the bikes were unavailable since the service debuted in June.
"Good morning. The system is still unavailable at the moment," Divvy Tweeted at 7:44 a.m. Friday. "We'll provide updates later this morning regarding re-opening of stations."
UPDATE: Divvy announced Friday they expect to be back open for business at noon on Saturday:
Update: We’ll be re-opening the system on Saturday, January 4 at 12:00 PM, unless weather worsens. Full update here ➜ http://t.co/dPK27SFHeJ
— Divvy (@DivvyBikes) January 3, 2014