Review on Factors Influencing Passenger Behavior on Vehicle Sharing
Transportation experts are attempting to promote a variety of sustainable travel alternatives in order to mitigate the negative effects of private vehicle use and traffic congestion. One of the widely accepted solutions is to endorse the public transit system. The vehicle share system introduced in recent times is proving to be another way by which the same can be achieved without compromising people’s utility and convenience as in the case of public transit. The purpose of this review paper was to convey the necessity of a thorough study of the elements that influence vehicle share demand. Several studies have focused on relevant factors that influence traveler’s mode selection, as well as their attitudes and traits about choosing various vehicle-sharing systems. This paper reviews recent studies in the literature on non-motorized (bicycle) bike-sharing, motorized (bike-taxi) bike-sharing, and car-sharing.
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