Do all forms of carsharing have the same impact on car-ownership or mobility behaviour in cities? How environmentally friendly are they? These questions and more will be answered in the upcoming webinar in which the German Carsharing Association will present the results of its recent study on the "User and Mobility Behaviour of Different Car-Sharing Variants".
In this webinar, SHARE-North will be teaming up with the Horizon2020 project STARS . Jeffery Matthijs from Autodelen.net (Belgium) will lead the introduction by presenting the classification system developed for different car-sharing services. Gunnar Nehrke, Director of the Bundesverband CarSharing e. V. (German Car-Sharing Association) will then present the results of a recent study on the impact of different forms of car-sharing.
In a synopsis, the Bundesverband CarSharing e.V. described the results as follows: “Different Carsharing variations have a varying impact on car-ownership and car-use. This is the result of a new comparative study of the Bundesverband CarSharing e.V. Station-based carsharing in particular contributes to the reduction of privately owned cars. Free-floating carsharing, in comparison, hardly has an impact on reducing transport problems. Noteworthy, however, is that combined systems that include free-floating and stationbased carsharing services from a single provider have a significantly positive effect.“
To learn more about the results of the study and take an in-depth look at them, join us on March 15th!
We look forward to your participation.
Registration is free of charge.