An exclusive deal allowing Lyft to operate the city’s Divvy bicycle-sharing system — inked at former Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s final City Council meeting in April — does not amount to a “backroom monopoly” that improperly “locks out” competitors, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

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