Car Sharing and its Impact on Car Sales

You can’t have supply without demand. Unfortunately, that’s spelling disaster for many foreign and domestic car manufacturers. According to a report from the consulting firm Alix Partners, for each and every vehicle in a car sharing program, car manufactures are … Continued

Accessibility: The New Marker of Urban Mobility

Frustrated by your daily commute? Tired of finding yourself trapped in traffic with nowhere to go? Well, you’re not alone. Every year, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute releases an Urban Mobility Report that measures congestion on the nation’s top roads. … Continued

What’s Next For the Sharing Economy?

It goes without saying that 2013 was the year of sharing. From co-working spaces to Brooklyn car share memberships, 2013 was the year people reassessed their need for worldly possessions and began the shift to more collaborative and communal living … Continued

Car Sharing Comes to Vegas

Vegas has long been known as the land of risk and excess. So when Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh announced that he would be investing nearly $350 million into an ambitious redevelopment of Sin City, many were surprised to see that … Continued

Car Sharing is the New Public Transit

Public transit systems are at the center of any vibrant urban center. From subways to bus routes, shuttles to bike shares these are the tools that help link people to their occupations, friends, family members – their lives, essentially. But … Continued

Car Sharing and Its Impact on Car Ownership

Could car sharing change the way people commute? Absolutely! In fact, car sharing is already having a noticeable impact on urban transportation and vehicle ownership across the country. An option in more than 20 major metropolitan regions throughout North America, … Continued

How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Carbon footprint. Such innocent pretty sounding words. But let’s be honest, for many of us, when we hear the words carbon footprint, it makes us feel bad. Knowing that everything we do – how we get to work, what we … Continued