• 101st TRB Annual Meeting

      January 9–13, 2022; Washington, DC

    • Online Program

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Lectern Session 1196

1196 - Emerging Mobility Technologies: User Perceptions and Preferences on Accessibility

Tuesday, January 26 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM ET
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Todd Hansen, Texas A&M Transportation Institute,
Joey Goldman, Kearns & West

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Accessible Transportation and Mobility (AME50)

Emerging technologies continue to improve mobility and available transportation options through trip planning apps, on-demand booking, and vehicle automation. However, as technologies in transportation improve, the level of accessibility for these options remains a question either in practice or perception of end users. This session will feature presentations from research on the factors from different transportation options considered by older adults and persons with disabilities, and the perceptions of these users groups of transportation mode or technology viability in meeting their accessibility needs. Papers presented will include analyses of user satisfaction, safety messages in automated vehicles, booking ride-hailing services.

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Title Presentation Number
Factors Affecting Older Adults’ Satisfaction with Mobility
Hany Hassan, Louisiana State University
Elderly Perceptions of Safety-related Messages about Safety of Automated Vehicles
Ryan Best, RAND Corp
The Use of Ride-hailing Booking Technology by Older Adults in California
Manish Shirgaokar, University of Colorado, Denver
Perceptions of Disabled People in San Francisco about New Mobility Services
Madeline Ruvolo, University of California, Los Angeles

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