Posts tagged with 'Zipcar'
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
"Buzzers" and "Auto-Preneurs" Expand Peer-to-Peer Car-Sharing in France
“Buzzers” and “Auto-Preneurs” Expand Peer-to-Peer Car-Sharing in France
Robin Chase, the co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar, teamed up with Mobivia Groupe, a privately held car maintenance company, to launch yet another innovative car-sharing program: Buzzcar. Announced last week in France, the new technology-driven service allows individuals to rent their ...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
New Carsharing Association Aims to Reduce Car Ownership
New Carsharing Association Aims to Reduce Car Ownership
Eighteen carsharing companies from around the world recently formed a new association that emphasizes the environmental and social impact of their work, with a focus on reducing car ownership and promoting integrated public transportation. It makes sense that carsharing leaders would eventually come ...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Congestion Pricing Coming to Chicago?
Congestion Pricing Coming to Chicago?
“There’s nothing more frustrating than dealing with traffic. Whatever that cost would be, I would be happy to pay. It would make the quality of my life much better.” – Mario Reed, an aspiring attorney in Chicago, quoted in the ...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Transport-Related Apps for Your Smartphone
Transport-Related Apps for Your Smartphone
Do you want to be able to map your bike routes as you ride and share them with fellow riders?  Impress your friends by locating the closest Zipcar on the spur of the moment?  Find the nearest subway station in ...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Zipcar Gets Some Competition
Zipcar Gets Some Competition
[/caption Via Eric Britton’s World Streets, Dave Brooks is writing about the new wave of carsharing businesses that are entering the market. Depending on your perspective, the companies coming onto the market are either completely unlikely, or entirely obvious. Namely, ...
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Bikes of Burden and the Effect of Wealth on Transportation Choices
Bikes of Burden and the Effect of Wealth on Transportation Choices
I want to add to my point earlier today about the need to differentiate between modal shifts that are happening as a result of the economy and modal shifts that are happening as a result of changing preferences. I think ...
Page 3 of 41234