Tagged Car Sharing

Zipcar Arrives at Canadian Transit Stations

Partnering with Canadian transportation agency Metrolinx, Zipcar has added six of its car-sharing vehicles to three GO Transit lines in Toronto.


RelayRides Unveils Mobile App Upgrades

RelayRides’ updated iPhone app includes enhancements such as a redesign of its dashboard, and streamlined booking.


SF Car Sharing Gets 900 Parking Spots

To expand car sharing in San Francisco, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has approved a new parking program that will reserve as many as 900 street parking spaces for car-sharing vehicles.


car2go Expands in Southern California

This summer, car2go will expand its car-sharing service in the Los Angeles area to Redondo Beach, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach and Lomita.


Bristol Launches Enterprise Car-Sharing Program

Bristol City Council in Bristol, England, has introduced a nine-month car-sharing initiative for its employees in central Bristol.


Bluemove Partners with Kia in Spain

Under the new partnership, Bluemove added 140 Kia vehicles to its car-sharing fleet in Spain.


Enterprise Purchases Car-Sharer OccasionalCar

Enterprise Holdings has recently purchased OccasionalCar, a Denver-based car-sharing company. OccasionalCar will operate under its current brand through the end of the summer.


Zipcar Launches at Minneapolis Airport

Zipcar has launched its car-sharing program at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.


City Car Club to Start Nottingham Car-Sharing Program

City Car Club, a U.K.-based car-sharing company, and the Nottingham City Council will launch a city car-sharing program in Nottingham, England, in May.


FlightCar Celebrates First Year Anniversary

After launching in February 2013, FlightCar estimates that its members have saved more than $1.4 million in rental fees by using its peer-to-peer car-sharing service compared to conventional car rental services.


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