An Ohio town carsharing scheme has been put on hold, as the public has not had ample opportunity to weigh in due to the coronavirus.

According to The Chronicle, the Oberlin City Council's plan with Sway Mobility of Shaker Heights would supply two electric vehicles, either Nissan Leafs or Chevy Bolts, a charging station, insurance, and maintenance. 

The city aims to be carbon-neutral by 2050. The vehicles, which would cost residents $8 an hour to use, will help meet that goal, in addition to providing more publis transportation options.

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