Cutting College Congestion with Car Sharing

Colleges around the U.S. are implementing car sharing services to help reduce the need for private car among their students and faculty.

From Boise to Boulder to West Virginia, universities are becoming hotbeds for car-sharing services.

"Colleges hoping to steer students and faculty away from bringing their vehicles to campus to help relieve parking congestion and promote environmentally friendly transportation are increasingly turning to the concept of car sharing.

Boise State is among more than 30 universities and colleges that have introduced Zipcars to students this fall."

Full Story: Colleges use car-sharing to cut down congestion

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