After a year of Zipcar availability in Baltimore, a survey finds that Zipcar membership means less driving, more public transportation, more exercise, and better quality of life for everyone.
After asking Charm City Zipcar users about their driving habits, they found that only 12% had taken more than five trips by car in the last month, down from 38% before joining Zipcar. But that doesn’t mean people aren’t going anywhere. Zipcar members are walking more (up 21%), biking more (up 14%), and using public transit more (up 11%).
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P A Martin Börjesson
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