Car-sharing company reaches agreement with City of Calgary

The ride-sharing service Communauto is ready to begin operations in Calgary.

Communauto has indicated that it has reached an agreement on a “free-floating” parking policy with the City of Calgary, allowing the car-sharing service to begin operating in the city.

In a brief press release, the Quebec-based company said president Benoit Robert would join Coun. Even Woolley in making the announcement official in Eau Clair Market on Thursday.

Communauto, which operates in 14 other Canadian cities, intends to fill the car-sharing void left when Car2Go pulled out of Calgary and North America last fall.

Users would be able to rent a vehicle for “as little as” $3.95 an hour or $27.65 a day, with a $5 monthly subscription,

according to the company’s website

.

Users would be able to travel one-way, “releasing” the car in a prescribed zone, or book a station-based vehicle for a round-trip.

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