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City CarShare: Assessment of Short-Term Travel-Behavior Impacts

@inproceedings{Cervero2002CityCA,
  title={City CarShare: Assessment of Short-Term Travel-Behavior Impacts},
  author={Robert Cervero and Nina Creedman and Madhav Pai and M. Reinur Pohan},
  year={2002}
}
One of the more innovative and potentially resourceful urban transportation initiatives in recent times is car-sharing, the sharing of motorized cars through cooperative arrangements. It's a market-based strategy that, proponents maintain, is suited to urban settings where parking is in short supply, where good public transit and easy walking access makes car ownership less imperative, and where the prospect of access to a diverse fleet of vehicles appeals to niche markets such as young… Expand
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