This study will explore disadvantages and safety risks encountered by women in travelling via Mobility as a Service (MaaS), a resource efficient shared mobility offering that enables users, through smartphone apps, to access services that integrate multiple means of transport such as shared cars, bicycles and public transport, instead of private cars. The diffusion of MaaS can make personal mobility more environmentally sustainable by reducing the number of private cars in circulation. The lower propensity of women to use MaaS because of gender driven disadvantages, which can affect the scaling up the diffusion of MaaS, needs research and identification of possible solutions. The study will investigate how shared mobility through offerings such as MaaS can fit into the personal transport practices that women currently adopt and how shared mobility offerings such as Mobility as a Service can be made safer and more inclusive of women.
|Short title||MaaS inclusive and safe|
|Effective start/end date||4/04/22 → 1/06/23|
- GE Environmental Sciences
- TL Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics
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