Hogeschool van Amsterdam

To use or not to use: shared mobility for emission-free cities

Key messages from a position paper on behaviour change and shared mobility services

Rapport

Cities anticipate a growing need for mobility. However, physical space in a city is limited. Cities are faced with the challenging task of keeping cities accessible and liveable (clean air), making the best possible use of limited public space and ensuring mobility is as emission-free as possible. Shared mobility seems a promising, though partial, solution as 1) emission-free driving leads to cleaner air in the city, 2) car sharers own cars less often and drive fewer kilometres, and 3) shared mobility leads to fewer cars on the street.

Reference van Gent, M. J., & van Brecht, J. (2019). To use or not to use: shared mobility for emission-free cities: Key messages from a position paper on behaviour change and shared mobility services.
Published by  AKMI 15 October 2019

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Oct 2019

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