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October 1, 2012

Zipcar opens at Gonzaga University

Each car is equipped with an electronic locking system that allows students to book car use online 24 hours a day. It costs $7.50 an hour or $69 a day, which pays for mileage, gas and insurance.


August 22, 2011

Washington State U. contracts with Zipcar

Participating members with smartphones, including iPhones and Android devices, may download the Zipcar mobile applications to make reservations, lock and unlock the vehicles as well as honk the horn to help locate the vehicle.


November 29, 2010

U. of Richmond adds transportation alternatives

The university will now will now partner with Groome Transportation, Zimride and Zipcar.


November 22, 2010

Study: 'Millennials' driving less, want alternatives

Research revealed that 45 percent of Millennials (ages 18 to 34) said they had consciously made an effort to reduce how much they drive and 64 percent would drive less if alternative options, including public transportation, car sharing or convenient carpooling (ridesharing), were available in their area.


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