Infographic Ranks Top 10 Car Sharing Cities in U.S.

Walk Score, which provides information on the "walkability" of an area and promotes walkable neighborhoods, released an infographic on the top 10 car sharing cities. (Click on the photo above to view the full infographic.)

The graphic ranks the cities by number of car share locations for vehicle pick-up and drop-off, and includes both traditional car sharing companies and peer-to-peer, from Hertz On Demand, car2go and Zipcar to Getaround and RelayRides. The graphic does not include all car sharing companies.

New York, San Francisco and Chicago took the top three spots in that order.


Related news: Frost & Sullivan Study Analyzes Car Sharing End-Users in France, Germany and UK

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