AAA Expands Gig Car Share to San Francisco

Photo via Hakan Dahlstrom/Wikimedia
Photo via Hakan Dahlstrom/Wikimedia

AAA has expanded its Gig Car Share, a one-way carsharing service, to San Francisco International Airport, according to a report by the San Francisco Business Times.

Park N Fly reserved parking spaces are now available to park Gig cars upon arrival or pick up at the airport, according to the report. Gig Car share has also reserved five parking spaces and overflow room at Oakland International Airport.

Launched in April, Gig Car Share currently has a fleet of 250 Toyota Priuses available to users for one-way trips in Berkeley and Oakland.

Click here for the full San Francisco Business Times report.

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