Enterprise CarShare Adds Parking Spaces at DC Metrorail Stations

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Enterprise CarShare has partnered with Washington D.C. Metro at its Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia Metrorail stations.

By June 1, Enterprise will provide carsharing service at 125 Metro-owned parking spaces located in 45 Metrorail stations — and plans to expand up to 190 spaces in the near future.

“I am pleased that we can now offer more carsharing vehicles at more Metrorail station parking facilities,” said Patrick Schmitt, director of parking at Metro. “This is a value-added service for our car share customers and I encourage them to sign up for the new Enterprise CarShare service today.”

In addition to these new Metro parking spaces, there are currently more than 200 existing Enterprise CarShare locations in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.

“Local residents will have even more easily accessible and affordable transportation options right where they need them,” said Michelle Bosch, vice president and general manager of Enterprise in the Washington, D.C., area.

First launching its D.C. carsharing program in 2013, Enterprise CarShare will also soon be helping to extend the reach of Metrorail and Metrobus. By summer, it will be offering nearly 300 carsharing locations throughout the metro area and will continue to add locations based on customer demand and feedback.

As part of Enterprise CarShare’s special introductory offer, the annual fee and membership application cost (a $65 value) are being waived until July 31, 2015.

For more information, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com.

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