The program allows Hertz to park 42 rental cars on the street, and people can go to the Hertz Corner Cars website and rent them by the hour.
The Times notes that the program seems successful, because a quarter of the program's users say it has encouraged them to either give up their cars or not buy a car, which is what the city was going for - more parking.
The story also says that some people have doubts about the program, and quotes Councilman Tim Occhipinti and a woman who works here.
The story starts off, "It has been more than two years since officials in this parking-starved city placed a counterintuitive bet: Hoboken would create parking spaces, they said, by taking them away. As of July 2012, nearly a quarter of the Corner Car program’s roughly 3,000 members said they had given up their cars or decided against buying one because of the car share.
"At the beginning of the program, 42 of the city’s roughly 9,000 on-street spaces were sacrificed to a city car-sharing program, known as Corner Cars..."
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