Recent electric micromobility solutions can represent a sustainable transport alternative in urban environments. Indeed, these can be adopted as a substitute of car, especially for specific distance classes, as well as they can increase accessibility to transit services. Aiming to investigate the potential demand that can be moved from private cars to environment-friendly micromobility modes (e.g., e-scooters and e-bikes), a methodology based on exploiting data by probe vehicles is presented. To test its goodness, it is applied to the city of Rome (Italy) with challenging results. © 2022 Elsevier B.V.. All rights reserved.

Investigating Potential Electric Micromobility Demand in the city of Rome, Italy

Carlo Liberto;Gaetano Valenti;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Recent electric micromobility solutions can represent a sustainable transport alternative in urban environments. Indeed, these can be adopted as a substitute of car, especially for specific distance classes, as well as they can increase accessibility to transit services. Aiming to investigate the potential demand that can be moved from private cars to environment-friendly micromobility modes (e.g., e-scooters and e-bikes), a methodology based on exploiting data by probe vehicles is presented. To test its goodness, it is applied to the city of Rome (Italy) with challenging results. © 2022 Elsevier B.V.. All rights reserved.
2022
e-bikes; e-scooters; Floating Car Data; micromobility; probe vehicles
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