THIS CHALLENGE IS FULL - Shared mobility is believed to be the future of mobility in the cities. It saves space, helps reduce the emission and it is sustainable. The city of The Hague is promoting the use of shared mobility for a cleaner, healthier and more livable city. But does shared mobility really give the expected impact on the city? Will car-owners change their private cars for shared cars? How much does shared mobility contribute on the CO2 reduction in the city? Is shared bike a substitute for public transport use or is it generating new trips?
The city is now facing challenges in obtaining the data and information to be able to answer these questions. Privacy and a wide range on data formats are some of the issues the city needs to solve.