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Poster Session 1226

1226 - Transportation Equity: Addressing Equity Issues in New Mobility Systems

Tuesday, January 26 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM ET
Gloria Jeff, Minnesota Department of Transportation,
Tracee Strum-Gilliam, PRR, Inc.

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Equity in Transportation (AME10)

These papers address equity issues in new mobility systems including e-scooters, bike sharing, mobility-on-demand, ridesourcing and automated vehicles. 

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Title Presentation Number
Perceived accessibility: How access to dockless bike-sharing impacts activity participation
Zheyan Chen (z.chen1@uu.nl), Universiteit Utrecht
Dea van Lierop, Universiteit Utrecht
Dick Ettema, Universiteit Utrecht
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A Social Equity Lens on Bus Bridging and Ride-hailing Responses to Unplanned Subway Disruptions
Rick Liu (rick.liu@mail.utoronto.ca), University of Toronto
Matthew Palm, University of Toronto, Scarborough
Steven Farber, University of Toronto, Scarborough
Amer Shalaby, University of Toronto
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Digital Accessibility and Ridesourcing: Getting Older People Onboard
Jane Gould (info@janegould.com), WAVA
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The Impacts of Vehicle Automation on Transport-Disadvantaged People
Xinyi Wu (wuxx1088@umn.edu), University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Xinyu (Jason) Cao, University of Minnesota
Frank Douma, University of Minnesota
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Demand And/oR Equity (DARE) Method to Plan Bike-sharing Systems: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach
David Duran (david.duran@tum.de), Technical University of Munich
Francisco Camara Pereira, Technical University of Denmark
Gebhard Wulfhorst, Technical University of Munich
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Identifying latent shared mobility preference segments in low-resourced communities: ride-hailing, fixed-route bus, and mobility-on-demand transit
Xinyi Wang (xinyi.wang@gatech.edu), Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Xiang Yan, University of Florida
Xilei Zhao, University of Florida
Zhuoxuan Cao, University of Florida
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Assessing Preference Heterogeneity for Mobility-on-Demand Transit Service in Low-Income Communities: A Latent Segmentation Based Decision Tree Method
Xilei Zhao (xilei.zhao@essie.ufl.edu), University of Florida
Xinyi Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Xiang Yan, University of Florida
Zhuoxuan Cao, University of Florida
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Distributional Effects and Equity Issues of Electric Vehicles Rebates Allocation
Shuocheng Guo, University of Alabama
Eleftheria Kontou (kontou@illinois.edu), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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E-scooter Availability Versus Utilization Insights: A Geospatial Analysis
Tina Tang, University of Virginia
Mohamad Alipour, University of California, Los Angeles
Amanda Poncy, City of Charlottesville
Devin Harris, University of Virginia
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Ridehail to School: An Analysis of HopSkipDrive and School Transportation Options for Vulnerable Students in Los Angeles County
Samuel Speroni (ssperoni@ucla.edu), University of California, Los Angeles
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Bike Share System and User Responses to COVID-19
Jeffrey Jobe, University of Texas, San Antonio
Greg Griffin, University of Texas, San Antonio
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Evidence of Ridesourcing Increasingly Being Used for Commuting in New York City’s Low-Income Communities
Anaka Maher, University of California, Berkeley
Carol Atkinson-Palombo, University of Connecticut
Norman Garrick, University of Connecticut
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