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New Mobilities of post-traditional communities: P2P carsharing in rural and urban neighbourhoods

Project Details

  • Consortium:

    TU Wien, Research unit Transport System Planning (MOVE)

    University of Vienna, Department of Sociology

    FH Technikum Wien, Department for Computer Science

Project Contact Information

  • Seyedeh Ashrafi, TU Wien


Shared mobility is considered as an important component of multimodal sustainable mobility to reduce dependency on individual car by offering users new options to fulfil their transportation needs. Carsharing in neighbourhoods might be a promising solution not only for urban areas, but also for less populated areas highly dependent on individual cars. To investigate the most important influencing factors and conditions which facilitate and boost the usage of P2P car sharing in neighbourhoods and motivate people to share their own private cars, we conduct a comparative study in Austria and results shall provide guidelines for both entrepreneurs and policy makers.

Outcome Summary

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