Digital Library on Green Mobility

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“I’ll Take the E‐Scooter Instead of My Car”

2021

Author(s): Gebhardt L, Wolf C, Seiffert R

Considering the controversial discussion about the sustainability and usefulness of e‐ scooters, in this study, the authors analyzed the substitution potential of e‐scooters, especially about car trips.

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Assessment of Wireless Charging Impacts Based on Real-World Driving Patterns

2021

Author(s): Duarte G, Silva A, Baptista P

This paper presents an innovative approach based on real-world mobility patterns collected for a sample in the city of Lisbon, Portugal, to assess users’ electric vehicle feasibility by evaluating different recharging scenarios, comparing stationary and dynamic recharging scenarios.

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Electric Bike-Sharing Services Mode Substitution for Driving, Public Transit, and Cycling

2021

Author(s): Bieliński T, Kwapisz A, Ważna A

This article investigates effects of the implementation of the electric bike-sharing system (e-bike BSS) in Tricity, Poland. The authors use the double hurdle estimation approach on data from two matched surveys: before and after the implementation of the system.

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Two-Stage Stochastic Program Optimizing the Cost of Electric Vehicles in Commercial Fleets

2021

Author(s): Schücking M, Jochem P

This paper proposes a two-stage stochastic program that minimizes the total cost of ownership of a commercial electric vehicle under uncertain energy consumption and available charging times induced by mobility patterns and outside temperature.

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A Sustainable Mobility Strategy Based on Electric Vehicles and Photovoltaic Panels for Shopping Centers

2021

Author(s): Calise F, Fabozzi S, Vanoli L, Vicidomini M

This work proposes a novel approach for energy and environmental issues related to the high density of vehicular traffic for shopping centers by introducing photovoltaic panels and electric vehicles into the energy system.

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Environmental concerns are on the rise worldwide, as carbon emissions are increasing rapidly, one of the leading causes of global warming. These emissions come from different sectors, but the biggest contribution comes from the transport sector.

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Massive adoption of shared electric mobility benefits people's daily commute and environment but creates overload issues into the power grid, then further causes challenges to charging service operations and power management.

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Business Model Blueprints for the Shared Mobility Hub Network

2021

Author(s): Coenegrachts E, Beckers J, Vanelslander T, Verhetsel A

Shared (electric) mobility is still facing challenges in reaching its potential as a sustainable mobility solution. Low physical and digital integration with public transport, a lack of charging infrastructure, regulatory barriers, and public nuisance hinder the uptake and organization of shared mobility services.

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The E-Scooter Potential To Change Urban Mobility

2021

Author(s): Glavić D, Trpković A, Milenković M, Jevremović S

Bearing in mind that the user should be the focus of the proposed measures, the aim of this paper encompasses the analysis of e-scooter users’ travel patterns, as well as standard scooter users’ willingness to switch to e-scooters for different hypothetical scenarios, and the determination of factors that influence the users’ willingness to switch.

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Scoot Over: Determinants of Shared Electric Scooter Presence in Washington D.C

2021

Author(s): Hawa L, Cui B, Sun L, El-Geneidy A

The objective of this study is to investigate how temporal, land use, transport infrastructure, and weather attributes impact available e-scooter distribution and variation in e-scooter presence in Washington D.C., to reveal use patterns and develop a framework for studying citywide e-scooter systems.