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GM’s Maven Car-Sharing Service Expands to Baltimore

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General Motors’ personal mobility brand, Maven, is continuing to expand its reach to new cities across the United States. The newest addition to the list is Baltimore, and now residents of and visitors to the Maryland city can access new cars on demand for hourly or daily rates through Maven’s seamless mobile app.

Maven is expanding its offerings in Baltimore from the Lyft Express Drive program to now also include Maven City car sharing.

“Baltimore is a great fit for an elevated car-sharing service because of the number of people wanting to live and work in a revitalized downtown,” said Dan Grossman, Maven’s chief operating officer. “Owning a car in a densely populated urban city is not always practical, and Maven now provides options for Baltimoreans wanting to live car-free or car-lite.”

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Taking advantage of Baltimore’s ongoing revitalization, Maven has spread its stations throughout the downtown area, with approximately 20 locations in Mount Vernon, Fell’s Point, Federal Hill, Station North, Bolton Hill, the Inner Harbor and in neighborhoods in and around Johns Hopkins University.

Maven has launched three products and grown to 17 cities in the United States and Canada in the past 14 months. The list of cities includes Ann Arbor, Michigan; Atlanta; Baltimore; Boston; Chicago; Denver; Detroit; Los Angeles; Jersey City, New Jersey; Nashville, Tennessee; New York City; Orlando, Florida; Phoenix; San Diego; San Francisco; Washington, DC; and Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Thus far, Maven has managed to acquire 30,000 members, who have collectively traveled 95 million miles using the car-sharing service.

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