Shared ride services in North America: definitions, impacts, and the future of pooling

@article{Shaheen2018SharedRS,
  title={Shared ride services in North America: definitions, impacts, and the future of pooling},
  author={Susan A. Shaheen and Adam Cohen},
  journal={Transport Reviews},
  year={2018},
  volume={39},
  pages={427 - 442}
}
ABSTRACT Shared ride services allow riders to share a ride to a common destination. They include ridesharing (carpooling and vanpooling); ridesplitting (a pooled version of ridesourcing/transportation network companies); taxi sharing; and microtransit. In recent years, growth of Internet-enabled wireless technologies, global satellite systems, and cloud computing - coupled with data sharing – are causing people to increase their use of mobile applications to share a ride. Some shared ride… 

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