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Communauto
Private
IndustryCar rental
Founded1994 (1994)
Headquarters,
Area served
Montreal, Quebec City, Gatineau, Sherbrooke, Toronto, Waterloo, Hamilton, London, Guelph, Kingston, Ottawa, Edmonton, Halifax and Paris, France
Key people
Benoît Robert (Chairman and CEO)
ServicesCar sharing
Number of employees
Equivalent to 68 full-time
Websitewww.communauto.com

Communauto is a Canadian carsharing company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, that operates in thirteen Canadian cities and Paris, France. As of March 2018 it had 40,000 users, and a fleet of approximately 2,000 free-floating and station-based vehicles.[1]

City coverage and partnerships

Communauto operates as Communauto (VRTUCAR) in seven cities in Ontario – Waterloo, Hamilton, London, Guelph, Kingston, Ottawa and Toronto.[2] It operates as Communauto in four cities in Quebec – Montreal, Quebec City, Gatineau and Sherbrooke, Edmonton, Halifax, and Paris, France.

Communauto's users-per-vehicle ratio can rise in winter to 20 users per vehicle and drops to about 15 users per vehicle in summer.

History

Two VRTUCAR vehicles; VRTUCAR later merged with Communauto
Two VRTUCAR vehicles; VRTUCAR later merged with Communauto

Communauto was founded in Quebec City in 1994 by Benoît Robert, its current CEO. Cycling advocate and environmentalist Claire Morissette played a major role in its evolution starting in 1995, when Communauto established itself in Montreal as a private company.

Communauto acquired Paris, France-based Mobizen in 2012,[3] merged with Ottawa-based VRTUCAR in 2016,[4] and acquired CarShare Atlantic in 2018. [5]

Communauto's goal is to provide a convenient and economical alternative to owning a car.

Impact

The impact of carsharing in Quebec was evaluated in a study from Communauto and conducted by Tecsult Inc. in 2006.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Pogo Carshare joins Communauto Group" (Press release).
  2. ^ Carcasole, Mark (November 23, 2018). "Toronto's first free-floating car share ready to launch". Global News.
  3. ^ Metro France – "Communauto, l’Autolib’ québécois" (FRENCH) Archived 2008-10-19 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Communauto and Vrtucar merge to improve carsharing offer in Eastern Canada Français". 2016-01-11. Retrieved 2019-11-05.
  5. ^ "Growing Halifax's first carshare business". 2018-12-18. Retrieved 2019-11-05.
  6. ^ "CO2 emissions reduced by 168 000 tons per year thanks to car-sharing" (Press release). Archived from the original on 22 June 2014. Retrieved 29 April 2014.

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