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