BlueIndy Launches at Indianapolis Airport

Photo courtesy of BlueIndy.
Photo courtesy of BlueIndy.

BlueIndy, the all-electric carsharing service in Indianapolis, has opened a station at the Indianapolis International Airport, according to a report by the Indy Star.

The station will have 20 spaces to provide airport customers with BlueIndy’s carsharing vehicles. This airport location will be BlueIndy’s largest station, according to the report.

To use a BlueIndy electric vehicle, the rate is $8 for 20 minutes plus a $6 airport surcharge, says the report. After 20 minutes, it’s 40 cents per minute. The cars will be available on the fifth floor of the airport’s parking garage.

BlueIndy launched its carsharing service in Indianapolis in early September. France-based Bollore Group has run a carsharing program in Paris since 2011 and opened one in London. BlueIndy is Bollore’s first electric carsharing program in the U.S.

Click here for the full Indy Star report.

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