One of the best highlights of the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy’s recent conference on traffic and public transportation last week, and there were many, was the discovery that Washington College is very close to offering a shared mobility program in Chestertown.
Working with the New Jersey-based Greenspot, which offers mobility solutions using an electric charging station infrastructure, the College’s Enactus team to develop what it’s hoped to be the first of many stations throughout the Mid-Shore.
Last week the Spy sat down with Greenspot’s Brett Muney, its locations development manager, for a brief introduction to the for-profit company and its plans with Washington College. The net result of which would bring an exciting new option in the region’s efforts to expand its public transportation capacity.
This video is approximately six minutes in length. For more information on the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy please go here