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Shared mobility refers to the shared use of a vehicle, bicycle, or other transportation modes.

It is a transportation strategy that allows users to access transportation services on an as-needed basis. Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bike-sharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, micro transit, and other modes.

By s.govender@rupp... / Updated: 10 Jun 2020

LOW-CARB Online Exploitation Workshop

This workshop follows LOW-CARB's final conference where project goals, outputs, impacts, & lessons will be presented.

The exploitation workshop will build on this by mobilising, networking, & matchmaking stakeholders. In the first part of the workshop participants are given the opportunity to engage with select project pilots, products, & longer-term implementations, as well as their organisers, to help further their take-up & larger-scale adoption and deployment across Central Europe, thus facilitating a cohesive transition to low-carbon mobility. They include:

By adham / Updated: 12 Aug 2020
By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 28 May 2020

eHUBS Webinar - eHUBS: What are they and how do they connect different modes in a MaaS landscape

Representatives of local authorities, city planners, researchers, shared and electric mobility experts and providers are invited to join the webinar that will present how the project aims to contribute to CO2 emission reductions in 6 European cities through the deployment of more than 90 shared and electric mobility hubs.

By Sofia Pechin / Updated: 18 May 2020
By Cláudia Ribeiro / Updated: 11 May 2020
By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 30 Apr 2020
By Claus Köllinger / Updated: 14 Apr 2020

European data sharing project Data4PT launched by UITP

Mobility systems and services are currently undergoing radical changes, with most of these changes relying upon - and generating - large amounts of data. Public transport produces large data sets but is currently not sharing them with other types of transport services to improve customer satisfaction. In the light of innovations such as Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), the role of public transport as a backbone of services and data providers alike gains importance.

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 04 Nov 2020
By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 01 Apr 2020

Webinar: Driving success in MaaS

In recent years, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has become a mature and sound concept and travelled through a steep learning curve in terms of what should be avoided, and what the critical success factors are. Examples of success are emerging, such as Rejseplanen app, which is used more frequently than Google Maps in Denmark. 

By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 01 Apr 2020

ECCENTRIC Webinar: Car-free lifestyles

Living in the city without a car and travelling sustainably in an easy and accessible way? Cities can make this possible by installing mobility stations.

Mobility stations combine and provide a number of mobility services to ensure that suitable means of transport are available for any purpose at any time and offer a real alternative to car ownership. As part of the EU-funded CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project, the City of Munich has set up several mobility stations to support its citizens in making sustainable mobility choices.