• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1164

Operational Considerations for Shared Mobility

Monday 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM
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Poster
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting LLC, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies (AP020)

Shared mobility, particularly sharing rides, cars, bikes and scooters, is having a transformative effect on cities. Understanding what operational considerations affect the implementation of shared mobility services is critical to their success. This poster session explores several factors for consideration in the implementation of shared mobility in the transportation ecosystem.



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Title Presentation Number
Free-Floating Carsharing Users Willingness to Pay/Accept for Logistics Management Mechanisms
Chenyang Wu, Imperial College London
Scott Le Vine, SUNY New Paltz
Sandra Philips, movmi Shared Transportation Services
William Tang, EcoService
John Polak, Imperial College London
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19-06051
An Incentive-Based Approach to Control Demands for the Operation of a One-Way Carsharing System
Lei Wang, Tongji University
Yong Jin, Global Car Sharing & Rental Co., Ltd.
Wanjing Ma, Tongji University
Ting Li, Global Car Sharing & Rental Co.
Ling Wang, Tongji University
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19-04565
Is Uber a Substitute or Complement for Public Transit?
Jonathan Hall, University of Toronto
Craig Palsson, Utah State University
Joseph Price, Brigham Young University
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19-00568
A Decentralized Uber?: Operational Analysis of Cooperative Ridesourcing: A Case Study of Arcade City in Austin, Texas
Adam Stocker, University of California, Berkeley
Takara Matthew, University of California, Berkeley
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19-01456
Taxis: Going Beyond the Licensing System: GPS-Based Analysis of Licenses Intensity of Use
Jerome Laviolette, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
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19-01955
Competition Among Automated Taxis, Transit, and Conventional Passenger Vehicles: Traffic Effects in the San Francisco Bay Area
Joschka Bischoff, Technical University of Berlin
Caroline Rodier, University of California, Davis
Elham Pourrahmani, University of California, Davis
Miguel Jaller Martelo, University of California, Davis
Anmol Pahwa, University of California, Davis
Michal Maciejewski, Technische Universität Berlin
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19-02178
Evaluation of On-Demand Ridesharing Services
Zhenliang Ma, Northeastern University
Haris N Koutsopoulos, Northeastern University
Yi Zheng, Northeastern University
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19-02805
Reservation Scheme for Vehicle Sharing Systems
Mireia Roca-Riu, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Monica Menendez, New York University, Abu Dhabi
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19-03891
Redefining Car Access: Ridehail Travel and Use in Los Angeles
Anne Brown, University of Oregon
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19-04266
Car Sharing: Impact on Mobility and Travel Choices and the Role of Life Events and Attitudes
Taru Jain, Monash University
Geoff Rose, Monash University
Marilyn Johnson, Monash University
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19-04503
Predicting Real-Time Surge Pricing of Ride-Hailing Companies
Matthew Battifarano, Carnegie Mellon University
Zhen Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
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19-04871