Dynamic ridesharing: is there a role for dedicated drivers?
Growing congestion is a problem faced by cities around the world. Traditional solutions considered include new capital works to increase network capacity and expanding public transport offerings to make public transport more attractive. Dynamic ridesharing is a recent alternative in which people with similar travel plans are matched and travel together. Dynamic ridesharing requires no new network infrastructure and offers more convenience than public transport. The (long-term) success of...[Show more]
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