Publications

  • City Compatibility: How AV ride-sharing could be implemented

    The MERGE Greenwich consortium developed two complementary reports about how and AV ride-sharing service could be City Compatible: This report discusses this from a service implementation perspective. The report explores what a service needs from public authorities in terms of urban planning as well as policies, regulation, and investments...
    The MERGE Greenwich consortium developed two complementary reports about how and AV ride-sharing service could be City Compatible: This...
    June 19th, 2018
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    City Compatibility: How AV ride-sharing could address mobility gaps

    The MERGE Greenwich consortium developed two complementary reports about how and AV ride-sharing service could be City Compatible: This report focuses on the city and mobility needs perspective. It outlines the mobility gaps experienced in cities, using the Royal Borough of Greenwich as a test case, and discusses how...
    The MERGE Greenwich consortium developed two complementary reports about how and AV ride-sharing service could be City Compatible: This...
    June 19th, 2018
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    Customer Attitudes to AV ride-sharing

    This report captures the findings from MERGE Greenwich research to share public attitudes towards an AV ride-sharing service, the key motivations towards using such a service and how to overcome potential barriers to successful implementation. Current travel modes, decision-making criteria along with attitudes towards AV technology, ride-sharing and the...
    This report captures the findings from MERGE Greenwich research to share public attitudes towards an AV ride-sharing service, the...
    April 10th, 2018
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