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Substituting individual mobility by mobility on demand using autonomous vehicles

  • Our current mobility paradigm increasingly faces economic, ecological, and social limits in urban areas. The aim of this paper is to analyse if a fleet of shared autonomous electric vehicles (AEVs) can meet these challenges while satisfying the current requirements of privately-owned internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs). Therefore, analytical models have been developed to simulate and investigate the impacts of mobility behaviour in Berlin and Stuttgart (Germany). The collected data were used to calculate the fleet size, the energy consumption, the emission of particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, and the carbon footprint of different shared AEVs in comparison with privately owned ICEVs. The approach shows that the system of a shared AEV fleet could lower externalities (accident avoidance, traffic jams, free spaces, parking costs and lifetime losses) in cities and generate cost benefits for customers.

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Author:Guy Fournier, Adrian Boos, Ralf Wörner, Ines Jaroudi, Inna Morozova, Eliane Horschutz Nemoto
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1504/IJATM.2020.112029
ISSN:1470-9511
Parent Title (English):International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management
Subtitle (German):A sustainable assessment simulation of Berlin and Stuttgart
Publisher:Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Place of publication:Milton Keynes
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of Completion:2020
Release Date:2021/02/02
Volume:20
Issue:4
First Page:369
Last Page:407
Open Access?:nur im Hochschulnetz
Relevance:Peer reviewed nach anderen Listungen (mit Nachweis zum Peer Review Verfahren)
Licence (German):License LogoVeröffentlichungsvertrag ohne Print-on-Demand