Maven, General Motors' car-sharing brand that launched in Baltimore two years ago, will discontinue service in the city next month, the company announced Tuesday.
Maven is pulling its car-sharing business out of eight cities, according to news reports. The service offered users hourly and daily rentals of Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles. Service in Baltimore will end June 21.
“This is part of a broader effort to concentrate Maven on future growth opportunities,” said Iman Jefferson, a Maven spokesman, in an email.