All sectors

2020

Evaluating the impact of opening Parisian bus lanes to electric two-wheelers

Mobility provider Cityscoot wishes to experiment with opening bus lanes to its fleet of shared-electric sit-down scooters in Paris. The aim of this study is to understand the behaviour of motorized two-wheelers in Paris so as to evaluate the potential impact of their presence in bus lanes – in addition to buses, taxis and bicycles. This study leverages a large GPS dataset from Cityscoot’s fleet to visualize spatial and temporal traffic patterns in Paris. GTFS data from the Paris bus system was used to compute a baseline occupancy level of bus lanes. Additionally, this study provided a series of recommendations for policymakers to launch an experimentation on specific corridors.

Experts involved in this project

Other references for domain :  Mobility Behaviour

Needs, practices and aspirations of Greater Geneva residents in terms of leisure mobility – What levers for a decarbonation of these mobilities?
Ongoing
Implementation of the behavior change incentive tool ACCTIV 3.0 on the territory of the Rouen Normandy Metropolis
Ongoing
Legibility of fares and associated conditions for travellers on interurban journeys
Ongoing

Other references for domain :  Public policies

Mobility as a service for the European Metropolis of Lille
Ongoing
Benchmark on the themes of free transport and social pricing
2020
30 km/h speed limit generalised in Paris
2020

Other references for domain :  Shared mobility and alternative transport modes

Mobility as a service for the European Metropolis of Lille
Ongoing
The inclusion of car-sharing in a loop within other automotive practices – Survey of Parisian users and non-users
Ongoing
Potential market for a new “micro-mobility” object
2020

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