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car2go Expands Service to Port Columbus

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Ever since car2go launched in Columbus in October, they’ve continued to expand their service footprint. First to OSU, then to Easton, and tomorrow service will expand to include Port Columbus. The expansion is significant as it makes Columbus only the second city to offer car2go access from an airport location.

“Our members have asked for it, and we listened,” said Nicholas Hill, Location Manager for car2go Columbus. “car2go’s convenient and flexible one-way transportation service will provide members with the added benefit to get to and from Port Columbus International Airport with complete ease.”

The service expansion comes by way of a partnership with The Parking Spot, a near-airport parking company that will have dedicated spaces for car2go vehicles starting tomorrow, May 1st.

“Our partnership with car2go further enhances our commitment to providing innovative transportation solutions to and from the airport,” said Chris Maguire, Sales Manager of The Parking Spot. “We focus on hospitality, and this added level of airport accessibility to members in the Columbus community is a tremendous complement to our business.”


The dedicated parking spaces are located at 1399 Stelzer Road. Members will not have to pay The Parking Spot for using the spaces, but will be charged a $10 service fee billed to the car2go member account for each trip taken to or from The Parking Spot. A shuttle bus will then take drivers from The Parking Lot to the main Airport entrance.

Reserving a car2go in advance is recommended for travelers landing in Columbus to ensure that one is waiting at The Parking Spot upon arrival.

For ongoing discussion on car2go, CLICK HERE to visit our Messageboard.

For more information, visit columbus.car2go.com.


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