Tag: STARS

26
Sep

STARS participation in the CIVITAS Forum

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

Read more

30
Aug

Save the date for the STARS & MoTIV Mobility Workshop!

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:

Read more

26
Jul

STARS first results

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)

Read more

3
May

STARS selected project of the month!

The Italian National Association for Telematics for Transport and Safety (TTS Italia) selected STARS among their “Projects of the month” highlight! Read more here.    

12
Apr

Car sharing and rock music on stage!

How does mixing car sharing with rock music sound? It might seem strange, but this combo gave really good vibes in Aalst (Belgium). Organised by Taxistop and Autodelen (a STARS partner), the one-day Shared Mobility Rocks event brought together shared mobility experts and rock music lovers. “This is the Woodstock of mobility!” said Michael Glotz-Richter, Senior Project Manager in Sustainable Mobility

Read more

12
Apr

European car sharing is multidimensional

The world of car sharing is evolving rapidly and the need for a broad overview of the current state of the European car sharing scene is becoming increasingly apparent. Work package 2, and more specifically Deliverable 2.1, is the starting point of the STARS-project and will serve as the basis for many tasks that will follow. In order to gain

Read more

11
Apr

5 car sharing business models in Europe

An analysis of car sharing business models in Europe was carried out as part of the STARS project. The final report will be available for download in the months to come on the STARS website. Initial results reveal five basic types, but a huge diversity of interpretations. Despite mixed strengths and weaknesses, as well large differences in the scale and

Read more

22
Mar

STARS 2nd Project Meeting

The second STARS project meeting took place in Ghent (Belgium) from 19-20 March. After 6 months, it was a good opportunity for partners to meet and share the first results of the research activities performed on car sharing in Europe. Autodelen, the Flemish car sharing network, presented their results on car sharing typologies and practices in Europe (Work package 2,

Read more

21
Mar

Shared Mobility Rocks in Aalst (Belgium)

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

Read more

15
Feb

Shared Mobility Rocks in Aalst (Belgium)

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

Read more