Welcome back to Peg City Car Co-op’s Q&A series. Today we’re chatting with Sara and Joshua, two long time members who have been car-free since 2011! We had the good fortune of chatting with these two during a visit to Aurora Farm to donate their Christmas tree to the goats.
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Curious about how carsharing might fit into your families lifestyle? Wondering how you can live car free in Winnipeg and still get the kiddos to school in the morning? This Q&A series highlights the experiences of members that carshare as a family. We get a lot of questions about how carsharing works in general, but […]
Not to toot our own horn, but this CBC article offers some great insight into the decision not to own a car, and the transportation alternatives that support a car free lifestyle in Winnipeg. toot toot.
We’re already looking ahead to the new year, and a new year means new growth.
Peg City Car Co-op is excited to be offering an investment opportunity…
“More Winnipeggers are forgoing their cars, creating new attitudes and business opportunities.” Read on!
We had a very exciting year. Thank you to our board, staff, investors and all of our members for supporting carsharing in Winnipeg!
“Portage and Main is a critical node and a network in one, the most important synaptic nerve connection in the system. Restoring this intersection’s commercial, cultural and complete transportation functionality is the essential ingredient in the economic renewal of downtown.”
What a neat transformation! This Manitoba couple is converting a schoolbus into a mobile home.
“Talk of the transportation future is focused on the next shiny thing. But one old technology is central to real transformation.”
Interesting! Have you mapped out what your commute would you look like if you walked or biked to work? How long would it *really* take?