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Shared Mobility offers a current view on one of the most significant economic activities in recent years. While most studies investigate shared mobility services and transportation piecemeal by city, mode, or company, this book focuses on transportation network companies themselves, highlighting shared bikes and E-scooters. Sections cover how they perform at the local or regional level in an effort to help governments better plan and regulate these emerging services.
Shared Mobility explores the opportunities and challenges in these new systems and provides a thorough and succinct reference text for researchers, graduate students, and professionals in the fields of transportation planning, transportation engineering, and urban planning.
- Examines data collected from the author’s extensive multi-year lab study on shared mobility and transportation
- Offers a detailed quantitative analysis of shared mobility activities and their impacts on people and cities
- Explores the interactions between shared mobility modes and policy outcomes
Researchers and graduate students in transportation planning, transportation engineering, and urban planning; transportation and urban planners, engineers, and policymakers
1. A History and Evolution of Shared Mobility
2. Why Does Shared Mobility Exist? A Critical Review of Theories Behind Shared Economy
3. Lessons from the 2017 National Household Travel Survey
4. Shared Mobility and Public Transit: A Love-Hate Story
5. Transportation Network Companies: Who Use Them and For What Purpose
6. Shared Micro-Mobility 1: The Rise and Fall of Shared Bike Services in the US
7. Bike Sharing: Ridership and the Impact of the Built Environment
8. Shared Micro-Mobility 2: The Rise of and the Future of E-Scooters
9. Lessons and Regulations: Where Do We Go from Here
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st July 2021
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Junfeng Jiao is an associate professor of urban planning at the University of Texas-Austin, Austin, TX, United States, and the founding director of their Urban Information Lab. He also serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Urban Technology, Transportation Research Part D, Journal of Transport and Land Use, PLOS ONE, and AIMS Public Health. Dr. Jiao researches urban informatics, smart cities, and emerging technologies to better understand the relationship between the built environment and human behavior. His work has been published in top urban planning, transportation, public health, and computer journals and has been reported by such media outlets as the Associated Press, CNN, US News, Yahoo, MSN, NBC, NPR, USA Today, and Wired.
University of Texas-Austin, Austin, TX, United States
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