• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 2021

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Lectern Session 344

Can Shared, Connected, and Automated Vehicles Help Us Meet Sustainability and Energy Goals?

Monday, January 11 1:30 PM- 3:15 PM ET
Lectern
Don Mackenzie, University of Washington,
Regina Clewlow, Populus

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation and Sustainability (ADD40)

The emergence of the shared, connected, and automated vehicle (AV) fleets holds promise to reduce congestion and improve safety. However, the energy, climate, and equity impacts of these new technologies are highly uncertain. Many preliminary efforts to model shared AVs find that they could lead to significant GHG reductions, particularly if they are also electric. In this session we will explore important issues to inform research and policy on how shared, connected, and AVs can help meet transportation energy and sustainability goals.



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Title Presentation Number
Estimated Energy Impacts of Automated Vehicles: Implications for Policy Makers
Osman Yagci, Stanford University
Regina Clewlow, Populus
Show Abstract
P16-0890
Operations of a Shared, Autonomous Electric Vehicle Fleet: Implications of Vehicle and Charging Infrastructure Decisions
T. Donna Chen, University of Virginia
Kara M. Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
Josiah Hanna, University of Texas, Austin
Show Abstract
16-1840
Fleet Management and Adoption of Innovations by Corporate Car Fleets: Exploratory Approach
Virginie Boutueil, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
Show Abstract
16-5417
Concepts and Impacts of New Urban Shared Mobility Alternatives: Agent-Based Simulation Model for the City of Lisbon, Portugal
Luis Miguel Martinez, International Transport Forum
José Viegas, International Transport Forum
Show Abstract
16-2270

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