Shared mobility and alternative transport modes


Practices and representations of free-floating services

Regardless of their long-term effect on users’ mobility habits, the development of free-floating services is accompanied by major challenges that are reinforced by the rapid deployment of fleets. In this context, the DRIEA and the IAU-IDF wish to assess this craze for free-floating and have launched an exploratory study on free-floating services in the greater parisian region (Ile-de-France) in order to understand the demand for mobility associated with these services. This survey is based on four focus groups of users or former users of free-floating mobility services (bicycles, e-scooters, mopeds and cars). It makes it possible to specify the issues involved in the use of shared vehicles on a free-floating basis according to the different services, to identify perceptions and representations of the use of these services in general and in comparison with the use of other mobility offers, and to identify the motivations and obstacles surrounding these travel solutions.

Experts involved in this project

Other references for domain :  Mobility Behaviour

Étude du potentiel renouvelé du télétravail en termes de réduction de la mobilité – Zoom analytique sur le canton de Vaud
Gravity model of accessibility in the greater Geneva region
Geospatial analysis of Park’n’Ride users in Geneva

Other references for domain :  Shared mobility and alternative transport modes

Towards an integrated carpooling strategy in the Lake Geneva metropolitan region
Inventing 3.0 business models
Overview of the productions carried out within the framework of the Rouen Normandy Autonomous Lab

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