Pilot Program Aims to Bring Car Sharing to Low-Income Neighborhoods

The Chicago Reporter – September 7, 2016

The Shared-Use Mobility Center, a nonprofit center, partnered with San Francisco-based Getaround to create a peer-to-peer car-sharing pilot program in several communities in Chicago, including Bronzeville, Pilsen, Bridgeport and Rogers Park. The pilot will study the impact of car-sharing usage in low and moderate- income communities, while demonstrating the need for more equitable shared mobility options—from bikes to cars – for communities and people struggling with transportation choices.

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