Jun. 16, 2014 2:06 pm

Rawlings-Blake highlights new Zipcar office

The car-sharing company shuttled its offices to Caroline Street earlier this year.

(Photo by Mark Dennis, courtesy of Baltimore City)

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was on hand Monday for a ribbon-cutting at Zipcar‘s new Harbor East office.

As Baltimore reported, the car rental service moved its Baltimore office from Mount Vernon to 700 S. Caroline St. earlier this year. Rawlings-Blake was joined by Zipcar President Kaye Ceille and city officials at the event.

In a release, officials pointed to the positive impact Zipcar has had on the city’s transportation infrastructure, according to a recent transportation survey conducted by the company.

Zipcar launched its service in Baltimore in 2010.

Tyler Waldman

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