Estimating savings in parking demand using shared vehicles for home-work commuting

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Kondor, Dániel; Zhang, Hongmou; Tachet, Remi; Santi, Paolo; Ratti, Carlo;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1109/TITS.2018.2869085
  • Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Computer Science - Computers and Society

The increasing availability and adoption of shared vehicles as an alternative to personally-owned cars presents ample opportunities for achieving more efficient transportation in cities. With private cars spending on the average over 95\% of the time parked, one of the ... View more
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