One Reason Why Shared Mobility Isn’t More Prevalent10. October 2017
KEY TAKEAWAY: Psychological factors play a strong role in people’s decision-making process on what mode of transportation to take. As a result, this helps explain why shared mobility services still face a low adoption rate in North America.
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