The public results of the STARS project will be available for download in this section.

D2.1 Carsharing in Europe: a multidimensional classification and inventory

D2.2 Key technology and social innovation drivers for carsharing

D2.3 The growth of carsharing in a business as usual scenario

D3.1 Analysis of business models of carsharing

D3.2 Evaluation report on the historic growth, current status and likely future trends for carsharing schemes in the EU

D3.3 Assessment report of existing carsharing business models and evidence of impacts on the industrial sector

D4.1 User profiles of different carsharing variants, determinants of carsharing use and structural conversion models

D4.2 Segmentation of urban mobility styles and their affinity to carsharing variants

D4.3 An integrated model of driving factors for conversion to carsharing

D5.1 Mobility scenarios of carsharing: gap analysis and impacts in the cities of tomorrow

D5.2 A toolbox for policymakers for faster shift to shared mobility

D6.1 Automotive sector potential impact on vehicle sales and substitution patterns

D6.2 Business models investigation report: winner and loser business model chart and impacts on public transportation

D7.3 Proceedings of stakeholder workshop n°1

D7.4 Policy brief on carsharing for the European elections of 2019

D7.5 Proceedings of stakeholder workshop n°2

D7.7 Report on the outcomes of the “Innovation Camp”