Sustainable Shared Mobility: Current Status and Future Prospects
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Interests: shared mobility; car-sharing; bike-sharing; scooter-sharing; new mobility; electromobility; electric mobility; electric shared mobility; sustainable transport systems
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The sustainable shared mobility market is changing very rapidly. In recent years, a great number of car-sharing, bike-sharing, scooter-sharing, and moped-sharing operators have started their business, and at the same time, a large group of service providers have closed their shared mobility systems. There is a large disproportion between the operating systems, areas of their operation, fleet, and system equipment and their principles of operation. However, in connection with the trend of sustainable transport advancement, electromobility development and the need to change behavior in the mobility of society, there is a need for constant monitoring, improvement, and optimization of services operating in a shared mobility market. The current market turmoil, including the pandemic situation, is becoming an interesting research area in the field of changes taking place in shared mobility services.
This Special Issue is dedicated to the current status and future prospects of the sustainable shared mobility market. Due to the very wide range of topics related to shared mobility services, this Special Issue will be interdisciplinary. Any research that includes analysis of the existing practices of the functioning of shared mobility and shared electric mobility systems, developed mathematical, business, and descriptive models, calculations, forecasts, plans and development analyses, comparative analyses, advanced literature reviews, reviews, case studies, guidelines, and theoretical and practical studies are warmly welcome.
Dr. Katarzyna Turoń
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- Shared mobility
- Electric shared mobility
- Mobility management
- Sustainable transport
- Urban transport systems
- Transportation engineering. Car-sharing Scooter-sharing Bike-sharing Moped-sharing Kick-scooter sharing