Giovanni Circella - Director, 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, UC Davis
Bruce Griesenbeck - Data and Analysis Manager, Sacramento Area Council of Governments
The availability and popularity of shared mobility services are quickly growing. So do their impacts on transportation demand and the use of other travel modes. This presentation will present recent findings from the California Mobility Panel Study, a longitudinal study that investigates the evolution of travel patterns and the adoption of new transportation technologies in California over time, and discuss how the use of ridehailing (e.g. Uber and Lyft), as well as other shared mobility services, is changing among various groups of travelers and different regions of California, and what this means in terms of impacts on individual lifestyles, reliance on personal vehicles and use of other transportation modes.
About the Speaker
Dr. Giovanni Circella is the Honda Distinguished Scholar for New Mobility Studies and the Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the University of California, Davis. His research interests include travel behavior, travel demand modeling, the impacts of new mobility services (including shared mobility, micromobility and ridehailing) on travel behavior and vehicle ownership, the evolving lifestyles and mobility patterns of specific population segments (e.g.“millennials”) and policies for sustainable transportation. Dr. Circella is the Chair of the TRB Committee on ICT and Transportation (ADB20), and he regularly cooperates with numerous agencies and non-profit organizations in the U.S., Europe and South America.