Canadian Residents Form Committee to Develop Car Sharing Co-Op in Saskatoon

According to the Star Phoenix newspaper in Canada, the Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative Steering Committee was formed to create plans for establishing a car sharing co-operative in Saskatoon.

Based on the results from surveys and a study, the committee will determine how much interest there is in car sharing and where the vehicles should be located.

The program could be underway this fall if members can agree on operations, rates and locations.

View the full article from the Star Phoenix by clicking the URL:
http://www.thestarphoenix.com/Feasibility+sharing+operative+studied/6809064/story.html

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