Arlington is no longer an island unto itself for Car2Go members.
The car-sharing service announced yesterday that it had received the go-ahead from the District Dept. of Transportation to allow one-way trips between Arlington and D.C. Starting Thursday, May 26, Car2Go members will be able to drive from Arlington and park in D.C., and vice versa.
The Arlington County Board approved cross-jurisdictional trips at its meeting last month. A county staff report noted that Car2Go was struggling to gain traction as an Arlington-only service, and had reduced the number of cars in the county from 95 to 25.
— ArlingtonVA (@ArlingtonVA) May 11, 2016
Starting May 26, you'll be able to end trips in DC or Arlington no matter which one you start in! pic.twitter.com/ETMUrSEVTh
— car2go D.C. (@car2goDC) May 11, 2016
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