Denver wants to increase car-sharing

DENVER — Denver is considering plans to offer more parking spots to increase car-sharing in the city.

A handful of companies have been offering car-sharing for a few years, with about 60 cars currently in operation. The programs allow people to rent cars by the hour or minute and not use their own cars to get around town.

The city is looking to make it easier by reserving on-street parking for the vehicles throughout Denver.

According to the Denver Post, opponents say parking is already scarce and adding dedicated parking places would only make it worse.


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