The new policy allows free-floating carsharing services to operate using a three-tiered fee structure. - Photo courtesy of Communauto.

The new policy allows free-floating carsharing services to operate using a three-tiered fee structure.

Photo courtesy of Communauto.

Canada's Communauto is aiming to expand to Calgary, as the city recently updated its carshare parking policies that have been approved today by their Standing Policy Committee on Transportation and Transit.

In January, the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation and Transit at the City of Calgary approved an update to its carsharing policy. The new policy allows free-floating carsharing services to operate using a three-tiered fee structure. Tier 2, which costs $840 per year, per car, includes parking in residential, unmetered and metered zones areas outside of the downtown core.

Before announcing its decision to bring the service to Calgary, Communauto will wait for the final verdict about the policy changes that city council will take in the upcoming weeks.

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