Released in September by the European Commission and titled “Integration of shared mobility approaches in sustainable urban mobility planning”, the SUMP guidelines mentioned STARS research and first results: page 7, 22 & 23. The full version of this document is available by clicking here.
Lectern Session 1679 Automated Vehicles and Shared Mobility: Addressing the Big Questions Much has been written and discussed on the potential impacts of automated vehicles and shared mobility on specific aspects of the transportation system and the travelling public. In this session, members of this National Academies/TRB Forum take a step to discuss the longer term existential issues, including: What
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.
Save the date! Autodelen, one of the STARS partners organises the ‘Shared Mobility Rocks’ in Aaslt (Belgium), on the 21st of March. This international event will immerse the audience in a full program of keynotes, panel discussions and jam sessions, glued together seamlessly with solid rock songs. March 21 is 100% shared mobility. Because shared mobility becomes the sound of
Today, car sharing is not only a mobility concept, but a genuine service that is spreading throughout the world. Launched in October 2017, the STARS project will carry out research on the diffusion and implementation of car sharing services. During the kick-off meeting organised in Turin (Italy), partners shared the activities they will be performing and began working on the projects’