From 19-21 Septembre, STARS participated in the 16th edition of the CIVITAS Forum Conference, taking place in Umeå (Sweden). Gathering city representatives, policymakers, academics and mobility experts from Europe and beyond to debate about solutions to bring a sustainable and clean mobility to European cities, this event was a great opportunity to present the STARS project and its first results. Visitors
The third STARS project meeting took place in Gothenburg (Sweden) from 17-18 September. After nearly one year, partners met and shared results of the research activities carried out on car sharing in Europe. Peter Wells, Professor of Business and Sustainability at the Cardiff Business School, presented the first results on the perspectives of car sharing for the automotive industry. “Even if
The English version of the report on the impacts of car sharing in Bremen (Germany) is avalaible here. The City of Bremen is part of the 9 partners involved in the STARS project. Discover who they are here.
The STARS project was present at the European Commission’s 5th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), which took place on 14-15 May in Nicosia (Cyprus). The SUMP Conference is Europe’s leading event for stakeholders and practitioners involved in putting the SUMP concept into practice. STARS hosted a stand in the exhibition space, which was well-visited by the conference’s
In the framework of the CIVITAS Forum 2018, the STARS and MoTIV projects invite you to be part of a joint workshop and answer the following question, using examples from Madrid and Budapest: Is car sharing crucial to the future of sustainable urban mobility in Europe? WHEN: Thursday 20th September 2018 4:30 pm – 6 pm Attendance is free WHERE:
Invited to speak at the New Business Models Conference in Sofia (Bulgaria), from 27-28 June, LGI presented its latest research on the ever-evolving business models in the car sharing market. The business models research is part of LGI’s work for the project STARS (Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR European citieS), a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission. The business models research is part of
The H2020 project STARS (Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR carsharing European citieS) has begun to draw the picture of car sharing in Europe, focusing mostly on the multidimensional services offered today and defining five basic types of car sharing business models. Exploring and boosting the diffusion of car sharing in Europe are the main objectives of the STARS project.
If you would like to learn more about car sharing in Europe, have a look at the first results of the STARS project. You will find the abstracts of the first STARS deliverables clicking in the list below: D2.1 Car sharing in Europe: a multidimensional classification and inventory (abstract) D2.2 Key technology and social innovation drivers for car sharing (abstract)
After being a car sharing success story in the Northern German harbour city of Bremen, ‘mobil.punkt’ has just been rolled out in the Norwegian city of Bergen. Launched in 2003, the first experiments with this integrated car sharing station on public street space quickly became a pilot service in Bremen. The city’s strategy was as successful as simple: “Bringing car sharing
The Italian National Association for Telematics for Transport and Safety (TTS Italia) selected STARS among their “Projects of the month” highlight! Read more here.