Shared vehicles are a key part of any future intelligent and clean transport system, as they allow for the sharing and efficient use of transport resources and fuel. Shared mobility is therefore gaining increasing attention in private and public sectors.
Serving as a source of information on how best to shape shared vehicle systems of the future, this book contributes knowledge on key facets of shared mobility. It includes shared vehicle systems as well as shared automated vehicle systems. Themes covered in the book include policy and regulatory frameworks, planning, design, technology, demand and supply models, algorithms, operations, management, economic factors, business models, social equity, environmental impacts, and pandemic effects.
Shared Mobility and Automated Vehicles: Responding to socio-technical changes and pandemics comprehensively and systematically covers this increasingly important topic for an audience of researchers in academia and research institutes involved with intelligent transport systems and urban transport. The book is also a valuable resource for public policy analysts, planners, system designers, system level technology developers, consultants, and advanced students.
- Chapter 2: Navigating Seismic Shift in Transportation
- Chapter 3: Policy and Regulatory Environment: Shared Automated Vehicles
- Chapter 4: Concept Level Designs: High Level Architecture
- Chapter 5: Shared Mobility: Managing Rights-of-Way, Developer Incentives, and Planning Principles
- Chapter 6: Shared Mobility Services: Prioritizing Social Good
- Chapter 7: Multimodal relationships: Shared and Automated Vehicles and High-Capacity Public Transit
- Chapter 8: Design of Systems with Non-automated Electric Vehicles
- Chapter 9: Design of Systems with Automated and Electric Vehicles
- Chapter 10: Demand for Shared Mobility to Complement Public Transportation: Human driven and automated
- Chapter 11: Demand for Shared Mobility to Replace Private Mobility Using Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Chapter 12: Matching Demand and Supply Under Uncertainty
- Chapter 13: Operations and Management
- Chapter 14: Impact on the Public Realm: Understanding the Context
- Chapter 15: Impacts on the Public Realm: The Potential for a Positive Outcome
- Chapter 16: Economic Factors
- Chapter 17: The Impacts of Shared and Automated Mobility
- Chapter 18: Future Directions: Maximizing the Social and Environmental Benefits of Shared and Automated Mobility Services
Carleton University, Canada.
Ata Khan is a professor emeritus with Carleton University, Canada. His honours and awards include the Lifetime Achievement Award, Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers CITE and Carleton University Academic/Research Award, Fellowship of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. He has carried out research/consulting projects for the United Nations, federal, provincial and municipal governments in Canada, and private sector companies/societies in the USA, Japan and Canada.Susan Alison Shaheen Professor.
University of California, Berkeley, USA.
Susan Shaheen is a professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at renowned UC Berkeley, USA, where she co-directs the Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) of the Institute of Transportation Studies. She has authored 78 journal articles, over 150 reports and proceedings articles, over 30 book chapters, and co-edited three books. In 2017, she received the Roy W. Crum award from the Transportation Research Board (TRB) for her distinguished achievements in transportation research.