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Shared-Use Mobility Center partners with Zipcar for 'Trade Ally' program

The program will provide private sector operators and innovators with an opportunity to support SUMC's work, which focuses on bringing together a wide range of interests — including government, industry, non-governmental organizations and academics — to help guide the development of the shared mobility industry.

Leipzig – A model of transport investment planning

As a city, Leipzig is an excellent example of the German principals of transport planning and service as well as eastern Germany’s long history. The city has benefitted from large amounts of investment in infrastructure over the years since German reunification and most transport systems seem to be new or rebuilt, expanded and in a very good current state of repair. The most notable element in the transport mix is inevitably the enormous and historic main railway station, which is one of the largest, but certainly not busiest, in Europe.

DART, Zipcar partnership adds vehicles at rail station

The availability of Zipcar allows members increased access to these communities and encourages the use of public transportation by providing a cost-effective and convenient travel option for transit riders whose destination is not easily reached by other means from the DART station.

Car sharing gains toehold in Las Vegas

Two vehicles, which can be reserved through iPhone and Adroid smartphone apps, are available on the UNLV campus for $7.50 an hour or $69 a day after paying a one-time $25 membership fee.

Transit partners to offer first-, last-mile options

In January, Portland, Ore.’s TriMet began offering another transportation option after creating a new joint program with car sharing company Zipcar Inc., while the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) started a nonprofit, Fort Worth Bike Sharing, to make cycling an easy way for riders to fill in the gaps of a trip.