From Ownership to Shared Use: The Spatial Patterns of Carsharing in Massachusetts

Hung, Ju-Ying.


  • Abstract: As an alternative to private vehicle ownership, carsharing has the potential of reducing congestion, and reducing the environmental impact of emissions due to transportation. This paper attempts to use Cervero and Kockelmen's 5D measures for the built environment - density, diversity, design, distance to transit and destination accessibility - while controlling for demographics to see if... read more
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