When I was young, children were seen and not heard, and Zipcars had to be put back where you found them. Not anymore. The car-sharing company has unveiled a new “flexible” service which allows Baltimore users to drive one-way to D.C. (You can also reserve a one-way trip back, natch.)
For two cultural hubs as snug as Baltimore and D.C. are, the range of commuting options is surprisingly lackluster. MARC trains only began running on the weekends in late 2013, and infrequently at that. So this is welcome news. (Unless we’re all still supposed to hate D.C. and everyone who commutes there for work, in which case THANKS BUT NO THANKS, ZIPCAR!)
According to DCist, “flexible” Zipcars can be driven to one of 50 parking spots in Baltimore and more than 350 in the D.C. area. The rate is $5 per half hour.
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