November 27, 2022

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Project Montreal aims for 50% more self-service vehicles

Project Montreal aims for 50% more self-service vehicles

As part of its goal to increase the number of VLSs in the city by 50% by the end of a possible mandate, Project Montreal announced several incentives for the use of self-service vehicles (VLS) on Saturday morning.

Coralie Laplante

Coralie Laplante

The party has promised to reduce the amount of parking permits reserved for VLS, he said in a press release.

Electric car sharing car licenses drop from $ 300 to $ 1, $ 835 to $ 225 for hybrid VLS, and $ 835 to $ 600 for gas-based VLS.

Project Montreal is committed to setting up a promotional campaign with various companies to increase the number of parking spaces reserved for VLS holders in their locations. “Priority rates” are also offered to groups to increase the number of subscribers.

Project Montreal head Valerie Plante also wants to reserve more space to set up car-sharing stations in municipal parking lots and on Montreal streets.

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Project Montreal head and outgoing mayor Valerie Plante

“Each self-service vehicle removes five to eleven vehicles from the road, so this is the mobility option needed to reduce traffic and greenhouse gases.To me Plant through a press release.

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