SACRAMENTO — The State Hornet reports that ZimRide, a ride-hailing service by Enterprise similar to Lyft and Uber, was approved by Sacramento State’s Transportation Advisory Committee of the University Transportation and Parking Services (UTAPS).
The app would allow Sacramento State students to connect with their peers to find a ride to campus. UTAPS hopes students will use the service to ease congestion caused by limited on-campus parking and a surge of incoming students during the fall semester.
The program will be sent to Associated Students Inc.’s board of directors for final confirmation before being negotiated for purchase and finally released in time for the upcoming fall semester. For the full story, click here.