Retired from the US since the 1990s, PSA returns to Uncle Sam’s country via the launch in Seattle of its Free2Move mobility application

Retired from the US since the 1990s, PSA returns to Uncle Sam's country via the launch in Seattle of its Free2Move mobility application
Retired from the US since the 1990s, PSA returns to Uncle Sam’s country via the launch in Seattle of its Free2Move mobility application
After testing the field earlier this year through a private car rental service at Los Angeles Airport , PSA today officially announces its return to the United States after more than 25 years of experience, absence. This comeback is via the launch in Seattle, Washington, of its Free2move mobility application .
“The Free2Move application allows users to compare the location, features and cost of the different modes of transportation available in Seattle, including Car2Go, Zipcar and then TravelCar car-sharing offers,” the French group said. “Several self-service bicycle offerings such as Ofo Bike, Lime Bike and Spin Bike will also be offered in the next two months,” the firm said.
Before adding: “With Free2Move, the user can book or go directly to the mode of transport of his choice for a period of several minutes to several days”.

This launch is the first step in deploying PSAs in North America. In the short term, Free2Move will also be offered in other US cities. Until then, the application was available in seven countries (France, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Austria and Sweden) and had some 400,000 users.

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