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The Role of Sharing Mobility in Contemporary Cities : Legal, Social and Environmental Issues / edited by Guido Smorto, Ignazio Vinci
(UNIPA Springer Series. ISSN:23667524)

Publisher (Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer)
Year 2020
Edition 1st ed. 2020.
Authors Smorto, Guido editor
Vinci, Ignazio editor
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OB00174373 Springer Economics and Finance eBooks (電子ブック) 9783030577254

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Material Type E-Book
Media type 機械可読データファイル
Size VIII, 108 p. 17 illus., 10 illus. in color : online resource
Notes A Multidisciplinary Approach to Sharing Mobility: an Introduction -- Regulating and Deregulating Sharing Mobility in Europe -- Shared Mobility in the Process of City-Transport Coevolution: Emerging Geographies and Policy Challenges -- Urban Mobility, Social Inclusion and Participation: a Qualitative Study in Palermo, Italy -- Acceptance of Shared, Electric and Autonomous Mobility in Lisbon, Portugal -- The Shared Mobility Sector in Italy
The emergence of sharing mobility is having a profound impact on urban landscapes. In fact, it is deeply affecting the traditional organization of local services by calling into question how urban transportation is planned, and by redesigning city spaces. Further, by connecting people to shared assets, services or both, sharing mobility is poised to facilitate the more efficient use of underutilized resources, becoming a powerful tool for economic growth and social inclusion, while also contributing to sustainability. That being said, the economic, social and spatial impacts of sharing mobility have not been sufficiently investigated, and so far, the evidence is mixed. From a normative standpoint, while it is relevant to better understand the relations between sharing mobility, the city and the environment, it is also of crucial importance to define new policies and sound rules for sharing mobility in urban areas. Against this backdrop, this book adopts a multidisciplinary perspective to explore the role that sharing mobility can play in the creation of more just and sustainable cities
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-57725-4
Subjects LCSH:Urban economics
LCSH:Human geography
LCSH:Private international law
LCSH:Conflict of laws
LCSH:International law
LCSH:Comparative law
LCSH:Sociology, Urban
FREE:Urban Economics
FREE:Human Geography
FREE:Private International Law, International and Foreign Law, Comparative Law
FREE:Urban Sociology
Classification LCC:HT321
DC23:330.91732
ID 8000069142
ISBN 9783030577254

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