Carsharing and Personal Vehicle Services: Worldwide Market Developments and Emerging Trends

Document Date: 
Tue, 2012-06-26
Number of pages: 
30

Carsharing (or short-term auto use) provides a flexible alternative that meets diverse transportation needs across the globe, while reducing the negative impacts of private vehicle ownership. More than 65 years ago, carsharing began appearing in Europe. It has expanded to approximately 1,100 cities worldwide, in 26 nations on five continents. This article provides a global perspective of carsharing growth and future developments from 2006 through 2015, employing data from three surveys conducted in 2006, 2008, and 2010. The authors explore the interview findings of 25 carsharing experts worldwide representing 25 of 26 nations, collected in 2010.

The full article can be found at: International Journal of Sustainable Transportation

 

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Shaheen, Susan and Adam Cohen, (2012). "Carsharing and Personal Vehicle Services: Worldwide Market Developments and Emerging Trends," International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, No. 7, pp. 5-34.

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