The Shared Vehicle Fleet. A Study of its Impact upon Accessibility and Vehicle Ownership

The Shared Vehicle Fleet. A Study of its Impact upon Accessibility and Vehicle Ownership

A shared fleet experiment in a medium-sized community provided each participating household with a small vehicle and the opportunity to call on larger vehicles when required. Gains in accessibility accrued chiefly to small lower-income households. There was a decrease of 25 per cent in total vehicle ownership.

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