The paper approaches the actual situation of carpooling, by reporting the most updated data divided by its different orms: private, corporate and urban carpooling. For this last kind some innovative experience are reported: instant carpooling, carpooling integrated with car sharing and with other transport modes. The potential of carpooling in the future scenario of disruptive technologies, such as the autonomous driving cars and the dynamic road charging is analyzed. Finally a proposal for some recommendations related to the user-centered approach and on the role of the different stakeholders.

Carpooling: Facts and new trends

Colorni, Alberto;Lue, Alessandro;Studer, Luca
2018

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The paper approaches the actual situation of carpooling, by reporting the most updated data divided by its different orms: private, corporate and urban carpooling. For this last kind some innovative experience are reported: instant carpooling, carpooling integrated with car sharing and with other transport modes. The potential of carpooling in the future scenario of disruptive technologies, such as the autonomous driving cars and the dynamic road charging is analyzed. Finally a proposal for some recommendations related to the user-centered approach and on the role of the different stakeholders.
2018 International Conference of Electrical and Electronic Technologies for Automotive, AUTOMOTIVE 2018
978-1-5386-5144-5
autonomous cars; carpooling; dynamic road charging; integration; user-centered; users; Control and Optimization; Automotive Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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