BCAA’s Evo, the one-way car share service will be making its way to New Westminster on May 19th.
“New West residents told us they want Evo – they want a new, sustainable way to drive into Vancouver or tackle those local hills with a load of groceries,” says Tai Silvey, Evo director. “New West’s rich history, modern developments and changing demographic make this a natural choice for us and we can’t wait to hit the Royal City streets.”
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Evo members will be able to pick up and drop off cars in New West. Evo Home Zone goes from 10th Avenue to the waterfront and goes to 14 Street, East Columbia and Braid Street. Parking will be available in the busier regions, including New West’s downtown core and Sapperton.
To kick things off, New West residents can join Evo with a waived membership fee. They will also receive 30 free driving minutes.
Evo Car Share uses a fleet of hybrid vehicles with room for five passengers, and bike/ski racks.
They’ve recently added 250 cars to their fleet and expect to roll out even more over the coming months.
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