Service Network Design of Bike Sharing Systems

@inproceedings{Vogel2015ServiceND,
  title={Service Network Design of Bike Sharing Systems},
  author={Patrick Vogel and Jan Fabian Ehmke and Dirk C. Mattfeld},
  year={2015}
}
Bike sharing has recently enabled sustainable means of shared mobility through automated rental stations in metropolitan areas. Spatio-temporal variation of bike rentals leads to imbalances in the distribution of bikes causing full or empty stations in the course of a day. Ensuring the reliable provision of bikes and bike racks is crucial for the viability of these systems. This paper presents an integrated approach of mathematical optimization and intelligent data analysis to support service… CONTINUE READING
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