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  • 1. Wali Memon 2008 CAR SHARING: STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABILITY December, 2008 Wali Memonhttp://walimemon.com 1
  • 2. Wali Memon PRESENTATION 2008 OVERVIEW I. Intro to Car Sharing II. Why is Car Sharing Important? III. Results IV. Car Sharing and Planning V. The Futurehttp://walimemon.com 2
  • 3. WHAT IS CAR SHARING? • Fleets of neighborhood-based cars are available to members at hourly rates • Pricing includes insurance, gas, and maintenance • Computer-based reservation system • Smart card self-service car access • Trip starts and ends at dedicated parking spaceWali Memon http://walimemon.com 32008
  • 4. Wali Memon 2008SMART CARDENTRYhttp://walimemon.com 4
  • 5. Wali Memon MEMBERS GET 2008 WHERE THEY NEED TO GO.. “ Car Sharing is great for visiting friends and family and it’s a lot less expensive than owning a car. “http://walimemon.com 5
  • 6. MEMBERS SAVE MONEY Wali Memon 2008 The savings are incredible. I love this program so much it is just the best thing for personal, environmental and economical purposes." Members since March 2005"http://walimemon.com 6
  • 7. CAR SHARING INDUSTRY Wali Memon 2008TODAY http://walimemon.com 7
  • 8. Wali Memon Car-sharing Vehicles 2008 As of October 14, 2007 Zipcar Flexcar Total New York City 989 989 Boston 688 688 Washington D.C. 313 319 632 San Francisco 428 191 619 Seattle 308 308 Chicago 250 250 Toronto 238 238 Portland 214 214 London 158 158 Los Angeles 126 126 Vancouver 120 120 Philadelphia 101 101 Atlanta 97 97 San Diego 66 66 Pittsburgh 2 49 51 Columbus 20 20 Rochester 4 8 12 Phoenix 10 10 Baltimore 8 8 Gainsville 8 8 Santa Cruz 7 7 Ann Arbor 6 6 New Haven, CT 6 6 Milwaukee 6 6 Minneapolis 5 5 Williamstown, VA 4 4 Chapel Hill, NC 3 3 Providence, RI 3 3 Elon, NC 2 2 Amherst, MA 2 2 Northampton, MA 2 2 Worcester, MA 2 2 Middlebury, VT 2 2http://walimemon.com Lewiston, ME 2 2 8 3,232 1,535 4,767
  • 9. DIFFERENT Wali Memon 2008 BUSINESS MODELS OF CARSHARING • Extension of Public • Extension of car rental Transit • Fun cars • Environmental cars • Young and Yuppie • Serve all communities Market • Local • International Chains • Less expensive • Higher priced • Build community for • Build community to solving social increase return for problems investorshttp://walimemon.com 9
  • 10. Wali Memon 2008SECTION II: Why is Car Sharing Important?http://walimemon.com 10
  • 11. Wali MemonINDIA 2008http://walimemon.com 11
  • 12. Wali Memon 2008BEIJINGhttp://walimemon.com 12
  • 13. Wali Memon 2008TOKYOhttp://walimemon.com 13
  • 14. Wali Memon 2008USAhttp://walimemon.com 14
  • 15. I AM MY CARWali Memon http://walimemon.com 152008
  • 16. HOW DO WE USE Wali Memon 2008 VALUABLE REAL ESTATE?http://walimemon.com 16
  • 17. Wali Memon Climate Change 2008 Science: The Basicshttp://walimemon.com 17
  • 18. Wali Memon 2008 Travel Matters: US Transportation and Global Emissions US GHG Emissions From Transportation Sector Transportation 33% in US Other 67% Cars and light trucks emit 59% of the CO2 in USAhttp://walimemon.com 18
  • 19. Wali Memon SPRAWL IS EXPENSIVE 2008 • In the green areas, households own one less car than the regional average • Saves $400 per household per month • Boosts disposable income 10-12 % for bottom two income quintileshttp://walimemon.com 19
  • 20. WHERE WE BUILD MATTERS:POOR LOCATIONS DRIVE UPEMISSIONS AND COSTS Wali Memon 2008http://walimemon.com 20
  • 21. Wali Memon 2008http://walimemon.com 21
  • 22. Wali Memon 2008SECTION III Resultshttp://walimemon.com 22
  • 23. CAR SHARING IMPACTS ON TRAVEL • Each car replaces 17 private cars – Almost half of members sell or postpone purchasing a car – 84% have no household vehicle now • Biking, walking, and transit use increases • Driving decreases dramatically, by 87% • Less pollution and greenhouse gas – Replaced 3000 cars – 7,823 metric tons of CO2 – 26 metric tons of NOx – 18 metric tons of VOC’sWali Memon http://walimemon.com 232008
  • 24. Wali Memon 2008 1:17 CARShttp://walimemon.com 24
  • 25. Wali Memon SECTION IV 2008 Car Sharing and Planninghttp://walimemon.com 25
  • 26. TOD’S AND CAR SHARING – Developer provides parking spaces and marketing for car sharing program – Great amenity for residents – Can be condos or rentals – Can reduce total number of required spaces • Vancouver BC– 3 spaces per projectWali Memon http://walimemon.com 262008
  • 27. Wali Memon BENEFITS FOR DEVELOPMENT 2008 • Less parking demand • LEED credits in 3 categories • Amenity for residents and employers • Reduces local traffic & pollution If parking requirements are reduced: • Lower development costs • Lower housing prices • Site plan more flexible • More room for units, open space, & amenitieshttp://walimemon.com 27
  • 28. LEED POINTS • LEED New Construction 2.2 – Sustainable Sites: Alternative Transportation, Alternative Fueling Stations – Alternative Transportation, Parking Capacity – Innovation Credit • LEED ND – Reducing parking demandWali Memon http://walimemon.com 282008
  • 29. Wali Memon 2008 More Car Share Vehicles = Fewer parking spaces = Cost savings + LEED + flexibilityhttp://walimemon.com 29
  • 30. DEVELOPER PROGRAMS• Developer commits parking and marketing• provides vehicles on 2/3/5 year contract• Reduce required parking spaces• Benefits of car sharing are built in to land use and title• City can potentially provide on street spots at developmentsWali Memon http://walimemon.com 302008
  • 31. Wali Memon 2008ON STREETPARKINGhttp://walimemon.com 31
  • 32. Wali Memon 2008 LEADERS • Vancouver BC (5:1 ratio for car sharing) • San Francisco (requires car sharing) • Seattle, WA • Arlington County, VA • Berkeley, CA * All have lower standard parking requirements than most North American Citieshttp://walimemon.com 32
  • 33. Wali Memon PARKING CASH 2008 OUT: LARGE PROJECTS• University of Chicago – Provide free car sharing memberships to staff and faculty who agree to forego a parking pass – Subsidize transit pass – Provide guaranteed ride homehttp://walimemon.com 33
  • 34. Wali Memon 2008RESULTS OFIMPLEMENTAT • Lower development and housing costsION • Less local traffic, congestion, and emissions • City captures long-term benefits by reducing parking and increasing amenitieshttp://walimemon.com 34
  • 35. Wali Memon 2008SECTION V The Futurehttp://walimemon.com 35
  • 36. ONE CAR SHARE CAR Wali Memon 2008PER SQUARE BLOCK• 112 cars per square mile• 37 users per car• 4144 users per square mile, 915,824 users citywide• Savings per user = 5,064 VMT/year• Savings per user = 1.764 Metric Tons of CO2 equivalent per year• Total annual savings = 1.62 Million MThttp://walimemon.com 36
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  • 41. Wali Memon 2008EXTENSIONS OF CAR SHARING • One way rentals • Bike sharing • Social networking • Ride sharing • Carpool/carshare • Mobility passes • Government/business fleet sharing • New types of vehicles • Rapid campus expansion http://walimemon.com 41
  • 42. THANK YOUWali Memon http://walimemon.com 422008