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Calendar iconNovember 30, 2016
Special Session Proposal

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February 15, 2017
Abstract submission

Calendar iconFebruary 27, 2017
Notification of abstract acceptance

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April 15, 2017
Full paper submission


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May 15, 2017
Notification of paper acceptance

Calendar iconMay 31, 2017
Early registration deadline

Calendar iconJune 5, 2017
Final paper submission


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SPECIAL SESSIONbarra table b


Maria Kamargianni

Sharing economy, New Mobility Services, and Travel Behaviour


Technological innovations are changing the way people travel. Smartphones are considered one of the biggest innovations of the decade in the transport sector and are the enablers for a large variety of personal travel services, real-time information provision, and also innovative data collection techniques. In addition, the rise of the sharing economy has disrupted existing products and services in the urban mobility space. ICT platforms have quickly transformed consumers, into "prosumers” or professionals, and turn property into means of provision of services. Since these services have emerged only recently or they are still in a conceptual level, there is limited knowledge about their effect on travel demand and travel behaviour.

This special session seeks for papers focusing on state-of-the-art survey design, data collection and modeling techniques that capture the new dynamics of the new mobility services and concepts, and more specifically the demand for new mobility services or the impact on travel behaviour.
The term “New mobility services and concepts” includes the new mobility alternatives and business models that have emerged through the sharing economy and enabled by the technological advancements in the ICT sector. This term includes services/business models such as: carsharing, personal vehicle sharing (peer-to-peer/P2P carsharing/car-rental), bikesharing, carpooling/ridesharing,ridesourcing—also known as ride-hailing, and services that will be available in the near future, such as autonomous vehicles and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS).