Innovative electric car-sharing service Bluecity is aiming to more than double its fleet by early next year, expanding from 100 to more than 200 cars in London.
The expansion will see the service, owned by French infrastructure giant Bollore, upping its operations to potentially target all 32 boroughs in the hopes that the city will fully adopt its service.
Christophe Arnaud, managing director of Bluecity announced the plans for expansion to BusinessCar when we met him in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham to test the service for ourselves.
"We currently operate in 18 London boroughs, making us the biggest car share in London already, but we're looking to grow even more and increase that even further," he said. "We have 100 cars on the fleet in the city now, and we know there's potential to increase that, because of the interest we've had in the service from Londoners."