Mobility services: Setting the policy framework
Author(s): Skinner, Ian
All authors:
Skinner, I.
Publication year: 2004
Published in:
VREF, Smaller Project 2002-16
Research theme: Policy and Planning
mobility services, car sharing, policy, marketing
Final Report
The project had three elements: A first year review of literature relating to mobility services, including the including identifying what is meant by the term 'mobility service', how and where these are being developed and implemented and the role and motivation of the various stakeholders involved. This report identified a number of areas for additional study, two of which were taken up in the second year. Within the project, two reports were produced: "Car Sharing: The Motivations of Industry" and "The Marketing of Mobility Services".
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