What is carsharing?
Carsharing is the freedom to break loose from the hassles and costs of owning a car. It’s the flexibility to choose your vehicle – or no vehicle at all, when walking, biking, or taking the train makes more sense. It saves you a ton of money. And it saves the Bay Area a ton of greenhouse gas emissions. To learn more about carsharing, click here.
What is City CarShare?
City CarShare: Affordable. Convenient. Green. With City CarShare, you get 24/7 access to a fleet of fuel-efficient vehicles, without the hassles of car payments, maintenance costs, or insurance premiums. It gives you the flexibility to go where you need to go, without paying bills you shouldn’t have to pay. By taking all those cars off the road, we’ve cut CO2 emissions by millions of pounds over the last 10 years. Even better, City CarShare is nonprofit. So every cent of our membership fees goes back into making carsharing better, more convenient, and greener for you. To learn more about us, click here.
Where are the cars?
There is a car located right on the main campus at Phelan and Ocean, as well as inside the parking garage of the new Whole Foods Market on Ocean Avenue. There are also cars located near other CCSF locations, including the John Adams campus and the Gough Street offices. For a complete list of locations, click here.
How much is membership?
CCSF students and staff enjoy a special discount plan for only $50/year, with hourly rates starting at $5/hour plus 35 cents/mile. You also enjoy lower nighttime and day trip rates. For more details on our rates and to sign up, click here.