Car-Sharing: Where and How It Succeeds
planning - marketing/promotion, planning - environmental impact, land use - impacts, policy - environment, economics - appraisal/evaluation, mode - car
Barriers to implementation, Car sharing, Economic impacts, Environmental impacts, Evaluation and assessment, Mobility, Neighborhoods, Procurement, Promotion, Social impacts
TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 108: Car-Sharing--Where and How It Succeeds examines development and implementation of car-sharing services. Issues addressed in the report include the roles of car-sharing in enhancing mobility as part of the transportation system; the characteristics of car-sharing members and neighborhoods where car-sharing has been established; and the environmental, economic, and social impacts of car-sharing. The report also focuses on car-sharing promotional efforts, barriers to car-sharing and ways to mitigate these barriers, and procurement methods and evaluation techniques for achieving car-sharing goals. Appendices A through E of TCRP Report 108 are included with the report on CRP-CD-60 that is packaged with the report. The appendices include an annotated bibliography; a list of partner organizations surveyed and interviewed; survey instruments; and sample documents such as Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and zoning ordinances related to car-sharing. Appendix E was designed as a resource for introducing organizations to car-sharing and encouraging partnerships to initiate car-sharing programs.
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Millard-Ball, M., Murray, G., Ter Schure, J., Fox, C., & Burkhardt, J. (2005). Car-Sharing: Where and How It Succeeds. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 108, published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.