The city of Rochester could be getting an electric carsharing service by the end of the year, according to the Democrat & Chronicle.
The carsharing program would be under the Rochester Shared Mobility Program, which already consists of a bike-share and vanpooling. Under the proposal, an operator would own, maintain, and insure 10 EVs. They would be available 24/7 and would be located in a variety of areas around the city.
The city hopes to start the program in fall/winter 2020.
Originally posted on Auto Rental News