One Reason Why Shared Mobility Isn’t More Prevalent

10. October 2017

Earlier this year, Deloitte Insights published their research findings on how consumer acceptance to new mobility options will be slow due to socially and psychologically constructed fears and biases.

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Behind the Scenes of Carsharing: The Technology

2. October 2017

Technology makes carsharing possible, and we uncover some details on what exactly happens in the background to enable a seamless user experience.

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The Day-to-Day Impact of Shared Mobility

13. September 2017

The way people move around has been changing with the growth of shared mobility options and technology. What does this mean for the average person, and what else can we expect?

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Never Stop Improving

7. September 2017

There can be a tendency to maintain operations as-is because it works fine. However, keeping to the status quo doesn’t provide opportunities for growth, as Eugene Water and Electric Board experienced with their motor pool technology.

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A Sign of the Times: OEMs Accept Shift in Vehicle Ownership

29. August 2017

The way people get around is changing, and that impacts OEMs. We cover how OEMs are adapting to this shift in mobility

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Cities and Their Role in the Evolution of Mobility

14. August 2017

Mobility is changing. How people get from A to B is looking different than it did just 5 years ago. With technology developing at a staggeringly amazing pace, mobility has benefited with improvements as well. With the growth of new mobility options like carshares and autonomous vehicles, what does this mean for cities who need to adopt to these mobility changes, or for the end user? What will be the “normal” way to get around?

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The Importance of Fleet Right-sizing

7. June 2017

Corporate fleets are essential to many businesses, especially in the public sector. These vehicles owned by the company allow employees to do their job, such as fixing electrical poles or doing field work. However, many times these vehicles are underutilized, which occurs when vehicles are assigned to departments or individuals who only need occasional access. When this situation repeats itself across the company, vehicles spend more time in the parking lot than on the road.

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Carpooling and the Beginning of Shared Mobility

29. May 2017

The term shared mobility is new, but the concept is not. All shared mobility involves is “transportation services that are shared among users”¹, which could include carsharing, ridesharing, and even public transportation. Carpooling can be considered part of the shared mobility world as well.

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