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New App-Based Car Rental Coming to London

Virtuo, which offers new Mercedes A-Class and GLA models starting at 35 pounds ($45.72) a day, will have vehicles available in five locations throughout the city.

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St. Paul Requests Federal Funding for EV Carsharing Network

Working in partnership with the nonprofit carsharing service Hourcar and Xcel Energy, the City of St. Paul, Minn.,applied for federal funding through the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program.

Turo Sues LAX Over Permit Classification, Facility Fees

Turo maintains that its platform is a technology company, not a rental car agency, and therefore should not be subject to the airport taxes and fees that traditional car rental companies pay.

BMW's ReachNow Expands Mobility Offerings

The company’s suite of mobility solutions is now available in one redesigned and reengineered ReachNow app, creating an ecosystem aimed at easing many of the transportation challenges facing residents of urban communities.

Electra Meccanica, Harbour Air Partner for Fully-Electric Carsharing Option

Harbour Air Seaplanes, North America’s largest seaplane operator, is the first carbon neutral airline.

Europcar Joins Mobility as a Service Alliance

Created by a public-private partnership, the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Alliance aims to create the foundations for a common approach to MaaS.

Toyota Launches Honolulu Carsharing Service

The platform gives fleet operators the capability to launch their own carsharing programs, capitalizing on the strength of their local expertise, while supporting leading-edge mobility use cases as they arise.

Volkswagen to Launch Carsharing Service by 2020

These services are to be extended to major cities in Europe, North America, and Asia as early as 2020.

Renault to Supply Paris with Electric Vehicles for Carsharing

As part of the agreement, city officials and Renault will form a working group with other major cities and companies to reimagine mobility offerings in the city.

Paris Cancels Electric Carsharing Contract

Bollore SA, the conglomerate that operates Autolib, predicted a loss of 300 million euros ($348 million) over the next five years.