For this Episode, we're joined by Susan Shaheen, a pioneer and thought leader in the area of future mobility strategies. She is an internationally recognized expert in mobility and the sharing economy and a professor in-residence in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley.
She is sharing her thoughts on the future developments of existing shared mobility solutions such as carsharing, bikesharing, ridesharing, public transport and other alternatives. The trend of the sharing economy paired with powerful digital technologies opens up new potentials for the global shift away from private vehicle ownership towards usage of shared, sustainable mobility on demand.
In order to create a resilient mobility system, which meets the real consumer requirements and is accessible to all people, all three pillars of Economical, Social and Environmental sustainability need to be considered.
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