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Urban Mobility: How	
fleets	of	shared	vehicles	could	
change	our	cities
Jari	Kauppila,	Philippe	Crist,	Luis	Martinez
Ø Established in 2013 as the ITF’s platform to enrich policy
analysis and discussions with a corporate perspective
Ø Curre...
disruption
50 min.
sharing
what if?
real	city
real*	trips
real	routes
same quality
Shared “taxis”
simultaneous ride-sharing
TaxiBus
optimised on-demand bus
high-capacity public transport
number of cars required
to provide the same trips
as before:
24hrs.
Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we fou...
number of cars required
to provide the same trips
as before: 3%
24hrs.
Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we ...
vehicle occupancy
Private	cars Shared	taxis
1.2 2.0-2.6
eliminateall street parking
+20%kerb-to-kerb street space
Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy
-80%off-street parking
-23%	to	-37%	
vehicle kilometres
24	hr. Peak	hr.
-34%	
CO2 emissions
Current public transport + walking Taxibus + Metro + walking
Better and more equal access
Policy	insights:
Solutions	for	the	key	challenges	are	
within	reach,	with	today’s	technology
Policy	insights:
Few	cities	are	anticipating	transport	
disruption
Policy	insights:
Public	transport,	taxis	and	
governance	must	adapt
Policy	insights:
Overall	benefits	linked	to	system	and	
market	design
Policy	insights:
Freed	space must	be	managed	to	
lock-in	benefits
Transition
Willingness	to	share
Allocation	of	space
Complementarity	with	other	services
Low	uptake
Thank	you
Compatible with electric vehicles?
• Results	based	on	current	technology
• Shape	of	demand	curve	allows	very	efficient	ado...
intense
use
shorter
life	cycle
rapid	fleet
renewal
new
technologies
less	CO2
emissions
Shared	mobility	accelerates	clean	t...
data
Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy
commute
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016
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International Transport Forum - Urban Mobility Summit Dec 2016

  1. 1. Urban Mobility: How fleets of shared vehicles could change our cities Jari Kauppila, Philippe Crist, Luis Martinez
  2. 2. Ø Established in 2013 as the ITF’s platform to enrich policy analysis and discussions with a corporate perspective Ø Current Members (24) Ø Set to grow to some 50 companies, from all modes of transport and associated sectors Corporate Partnership Board
  3. 3. disruption
  4. 4. 50 min.
  5. 5. sharing
  6. 6. what if?
  7. 7. real city
  8. 8. real* trips
  9. 9. real routes
  10. 10. same quality
  11. 11. Shared “taxis” simultaneous ride-sharing
  12. 12. TaxiBus optimised on-demand bus
  13. 13. high-capacity public transport
  14. 14. number of cars required to provide the same trips as before: 24hrs. Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy Scenario: 24 hours
  15. 15. number of cars required to provide the same trips as before: 3% 24hrs. Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy Scenario: 24 hours
  16. 16. vehicle occupancy Private cars Shared taxis 1.2 2.0-2.6
  17. 17. eliminateall street parking
  18. 18. +20%kerb-to-kerb street space
  19. 19. Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy -80%off-street parking
  20. 20. -23% to -37% vehicle kilometres 24 hr. Peak hr.
  21. 21. -34% CO2 emissions
  22. 22. Current public transport + walking Taxibus + Metro + walking Better and more equal access
  23. 23. Policy insights: Solutions for the key challenges are within reach, with today’s technology
  24. 24. Policy insights: Few cities are anticipating transport disruption
  25. 25. Policy insights: Public transport, taxis and governance must adapt
  26. 26. Policy insights: Overall benefits linked to system and market design
  27. 27. Policy insights: Freed space must be managed to lock-in benefits
  28. 28. Transition Willingness to share Allocation of space Complementarity with other services Low uptake
  29. 29. Thank you
  30. 30. Compatible with electric vehicles? • Results based on current technology • Shape of demand curve allows very efficient adoption of electric vehicles (even with current batteries and autonomy) • 30 min quick charge for 80% autonomy • Optimization of quick recharge program allows full operationality without any increase of fleet size Ø Very low investment risk on the recharging stations given guaranteed demand
  31. 31. intense use shorter life cycle rapid fleet renewal new technologies less CO2 emissions Shared mobility accelerates clean tech penetration
  32. 32. data
  33. 33. Urban Mobility: System Upgrade What we did What we foundWhy commute

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