The study will shed light on the evolving impacts of new mobility options on various components of travel behavior and vehicle ownership, how these solutions expand travel options and the circumstances under which travelers increase travel multimodality and may reduce their reliance on the use of private vehicles.
The objectives of this project are to expand the previous work to evaluate the potential benefits of dockless systems to improve accessibility to disadvantaged communities, and to compare them with dock‐based systems. Specifically, the project will analyze the difference in service levels among dock‐based and dockless systems.
This study examines whether bikeshare systems have targeted specific populations and quantitatively assesses the potential for bikeshare systems to provide greater accessibility for underserved communities.
This project focuses on answering research questions pertaining to what travel modes do people shift from when they use micromobility services, how frequently do people use micromobility services, how different are users and non-users in terms of attitudes and travel behavior, potential barriers for widespread adoption, and how variations in micromobility services differ in their appeal to users and in the attitudes of non-users.