A new start-up in Northern Virginia will soon offer free rides along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor.
Sprynt recently announced that it will start offering 100% electric rides for free along the Corridor starting on June 21. While riders will not have to pay, they will be treated to advertising pitches during their trip.
“Sprynt aims to provide an exciting, efficient, and eco-friendly method of transportation that strengthens communities by connecting residents to local businesses,” according to a statement on the company’s website. “Our unique solution to the growing demand for alternative transportation is made possible through strategic advertising partnerships with local and national brands. These partnerships allow us to transport our passengers 100% free of charge!”
Like Uber and Lyft, rides with Sprynt will be booked through an app that will soon be available for download.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_start-up_offers_free_rides_along_r-b_corridor/12653
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