Identifying the potential early and late adopters of shared electric mobility hubs

Shared electric mobility hubs, or eHUBs, offer users access to a range of shared electric vehicles on demand. However, little is currently known about what the characteristics of potential users of this novel type of shared mobility are. This makes it difficult to plan the location of hubs and to provide facilities, which ultimately will determine their success. This paper therefore seeks to identify potential users based on an in-depth case study of a representative sample of the Municipality of Amsterdam population.

Authors: Gustav Bösehans, Margaret Bell, Neil Thorpe, Fanchao Liao, Goncalo Homen de Almeida Correia and Dilum Dissanayake 

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