Shared mobility

Shared mobility refers to the shared used of a vehicle, bicycle, or other transportation mode.wikipedia
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Carsharing

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Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bikesharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, microtransit, and other modes.
Carsharing is part of a larger trend of shared mobility.

Ridesharing company

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Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bikesharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, microtransit, and other modes.
Ridesharing companies are examples of the sharing economy and shared mobility.

Car ownership

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Some impacts of shared mobility include enhanced transportation accessibility as well as reduced driving and decreased personal vehicle ownership.
About ten years later however, there is a trend from car ownership towards shared mobility.

Jump (transportation company)

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Major bikesharing operators in North America include: Motivate, Social Bicycles, Spin, ofo, Mobike, and LimeBike.

Mobility as a service

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It is a transportation strategy that allows users to access transportation services on an as-needed basis.

Bicycle-sharing system

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Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bikesharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, microtransit, and other modes.

Peer-to-peer ridesharing

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Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bikesharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, microtransit, and other modes.

Travel behavior

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Each shared mobility service has unique attributes that have a range of impacts on travel behavior, the environment, and the development of cities and urban areas.

Natural environment

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Each shared mobility service has unique attributes that have a range of impacts on travel behavior, the environment, and the development of cities and urban areas.

City

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Each shared mobility service has unique attributes that have a range of impacts on travel behavior, the environment, and the development of cities and urban areas.

Public transport

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Shared mobility networks also retain the potential to expand the reach of public transportation by addressed gaps in existing public transportation systems.

Sharing economy

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Shared mobility is a subgroup of the larger sharing economy. The sharing economy is a term that encompasses a wide variety of services, usually involving the online transactions of goods or services as part of a peer-to-peer marketplace.

Social networking service

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Innovations in social networking, location-based services, and Internet technologies have enabled shared mobility to develop and expand rapidly.

Location-based service

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Innovations in social networking, location-based services, and Internet technologies have enabled shared mobility to develop and expand rapidly.

Smartphone

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The rise of smartphone applications and location data increased the feasibility of shared transportation services.

Geographic data and information

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The rise of smartphone applications and location data increased the feasibility of shared transportation services.

ShareNow

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These technological advances have enabled the development of carsharing companies, like car2go and ReachNow, ridesourcing services (also called transportation network companies), such as Lyft and Uber, among many other services.

ReachNow

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These technological advances have enabled the development of carsharing companies, like car2go and ReachNow, ridesourcing services (also called transportation network companies), such as Lyft and Uber, among many other services.

Lyft

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These technological advances have enabled the development of carsharing companies, like car2go and ReachNow, ridesourcing services (also called transportation network companies), such as Lyft and Uber, among many other services.

Uber

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These technological advances have enabled the development of carsharing companies, like car2go and ReachNow, ridesourcing services (also called transportation network companies), such as Lyft and Uber, among many other services.

Amsterdam

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The first bikesharing system debuted in Amsterdam in 1965, under the name ‘White Bikes.’ The bicycles were left unlocked around the city to be used by anyone in need of transportation.

Information technology

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Bikesharing systems have since exploded in popularity starting in the mid-2000s due to advances in information technology (IT) that have improved bikesharing communications and tracking.

Peer-to-peer

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The sharing economy is a term that encompasses a wide variety of services, usually involving the online transactions of goods or services as part of a peer-to-peer marketplace.

Geo-fence

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Dockless systems are deployed within a geo-fenced area.

Call a Bike

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Dockless systems were first introduced in Germany in the early 2000s via the Call a Bike program.