Shared Mobility: The Potential of Ride Hailing and Pooling

@inproceedings{Shaheen2018SharedMT,
  title={Shared Mobility: The Potential of Ride Hailing and Pooling},
  author={Susan A. Shaheen},
  year={2018}
}
Shared mobility with pooled rides is the linchpin for leveraging vehicle automation and electrification to reduce congestion and emissions and to create livable urban communities. The sharing of rides is older than horse-and-buggy travel. Recent innovations make sharing easier, more convenient, and more efficient. Innovative mobility services premised on pooling can lower travel costs, mitigate congestion, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They also offer travelers more mobility choices… 

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