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TRB 2016: Shared Mobiliity Trends

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Overview of Shared Mobility Trends: 2015-2016

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TRB 2016: Shared Mobiliity Trends

  1. 1. Susan  A.  Shaheen,  Ph.D. Adjunct  Professor  and  Co-­Director Transportation  Sustainability  Research  Center University  of  California,  Berkeley Transportation  Research  Board  Annual  Meeting Workshop 138 January 11, 2016 Shared Mobility Trends: 2015 - 2016
  2. 2. Overview ´ Shared-Use Mobility Trends & Developments ´ Ecosystem Overview ´ Carsharing ´ Bikesharing ´ Ridesourcing ´ E-Hail ´ Summary ´ Acknowledgements
  3. 3. Ecosystem Overview Forthcoming: FHWA ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  4. 4. Global Carsharing Trends 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Members 346,610 670,822 1,163,645 1,788,027 4,842,616 Membership Growth Rate 39% 32% 24% 65% Vehicles 11,501 19,403 31,967 43,554 104,125 Fleet GrowthRate 30% 28% 17% 55% Member-Vehicle Ratio 30.1 34.6 36.4 41.1 46.5 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 Vehicles Members Shaheen and  Cohen,  2015 ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  5. 5. Global Carsharing Trends Asia Europe North   America South   America Oceania Global Round-­trip 926,280 1,834,418 1,179,930 0 50,000 3,990,628 One-­way 29,600 372,466 445,722 3,500 700 851,988 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 4,000,000 4,500,000 5,000,000 Membership Roundtrip and One-way Global Membership Shaheen and  Cohen,  2015 ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  6. 6. Global Carsharing Trends Asia Europe North America South America Oceania Global Round-trip 20,199 39,904 18,267 0 1,500 79,859 One-way 145 18,043 5,943 100 24 24,266 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 Vehicles Roundtrip and One-way Global Membership Shaheen and  Cohen,  2015 ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  7. 7. Some Carsharing Highlights: 2015-16 ´ Zipcar announces ZipLabs will work with University of Michigan on shared automated vehicles ´ Carma Carpooling acquires City CarShare in 2015 ´ Audi to launch “Audi at Home” carsharing in San Francisco and Miami ´ Fare integration between HOURCAR and Metro Transit in the Twin Cities ´ P2P carsharing, RelayRides, rebrands as “Turo” ´ Scoot Networks introduced the Nissan-branded Twizy (electric quadricycle) ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  8. 8. Worldwide and US Bikesharing World: ´ 980 cities with IT-based bikesharing accounting for 1,258,500 bicycles and 9,300 e-bikes (December 2015) U.S. ´ 30,750 bikes at 3,200 stations across 87 IT- based public bikesharing programs in the United States (October 2015) (Meddin, 2015) ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  9. 9. Some Bikesharing Highlights: 2015-16 ´ North American Bike Share Association (NABSA) establishes open data standard ´ Free-floating bikesharing (SoBi) ´ P2p Bikesharing (Spinlister) ´ Campus-based systems (Zagster, SoBi) ´ E-bikesharing & carsharing ´ Launch of first e-bikesharing program in Birmingham, AL in October 2015 ´ Keyless bike locks (e.g., BitLock) ´ Partnership between BCycle and RideScout’s mobile payment subsidiary, GlobeSherpa ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  10. 10. Ridesourcing/E-Hail Market Trends: 2015-16 ´ Sidecar ceases operations ´ Lyft: 195 cities; over 315,000 drivers ´ Uber: 68 countries; over 360 cities; hundreds of thousands of drivers signing up globally per month ´ Easy Taxi: 18 countries; 400 cities ´ Curb: 60 cities; 90 cab companies; over 35,000 taxis ´ mytaxi: 5 countries; 20 cities ´ Flywheel: 6 cities; over 5,000 drivers ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  11. 11. Ridesourcing Highlights: 2015-16 ´ Continued expansion of ridesplitting: LyftLine and UberPOOL ´ Uber rolls out back-to-back trips feature allowing drivers to be matched with nearby ride requests before completing a ride in-progress ´ GM investment of $500M in Lyft and gets a seat on its board ´ Opportunity to link automated and connected vehicle technologies with ridesourcing ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  12. 12. E-Hail Highlights: 2015-16 ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016 ´ San Francisco’s oldest taxi firm (DeSoto) rebrands itself as Flywheel ´ California Division of Measurement Standards approves Flywheel’s smartphone taxi meter (TaxiOS) ´ TaxiOS will offer new features such as fare splitting, dynamic pricing, last-mile deliveries, and app-based payments ´ San Francisco’s Yellow Cab files for bankruptcy
  13. 13. E-Hail Highlights: 2015-16 ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016 ´ NYC launches Arro taxi app after beta testing with 7,000 cabs ´ Bandwagon (taxi sharing app) expands to JFK and LaGuardia airports ´ The Ride app launched in 35 Canadian cities in December 2015
  14. 14. Published Research Highlights: 2015 ´ Bikesharing in San Francisco white paper ´ EV carsharing white paper ´ Insurance carsharing study (2016 TRB presentation) ´ Blablacar carpooling equity study (2016 TRB presentation) ´ Holistic guide to shared mobility ´ Zipcar employer carsharing impact study ´ Shared mobility services and vehicle automation paper For more about these and other studies, please visit http://tsrc.berkeley.edu and http://imr.berkeley.edu ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  15. 15. Research Highlights: 2016 ´ Two forthcoming reports on Shared Mobility ´ FHWA – Primer and Webinar (est. Feb 2016) ´ American Planning Association (est. Feb/March 2016) ´ Forthcoming FHWA Primer on Smartphone Apps ´ NRDC/TSRC conducting a study of the impacts of Lyft and Uber (Hewlett Foundation) ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  16. 16. Research Highlights: 2016 ´ Bikesharing GHG impacts study ´ One-way carsharing study ´ P2P GHG impacts study ´ Mobility On Demand (MOD) study for FHWA ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  17. 17. Acknowledgments ´ Carsharing, bikesharing, ridesharing, ridesourcing, and taxi organizations ´ Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI), Caltrans, SFMTA, FHWA, US DOT, NRDC, Hewlett Foundation ´ Adam Cohen, Elliot Martin, Apaar Bansal, Nelson Chan, Mike Fratoni, Adam Stocker, TSRC ´ Russell Meddin, The Bike-sharing World Map ©  UC  Berkeley,  2016
  18. 18. www.tsrc.berkeley.edu Twitter: SusanShaheen1 LinkedIn: Susan Shaheen

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