Nouvelle publication dans l’ouvrage The Governance of Smart Transportation Systems
Faivre d’Arcier Bruno, Lecler Yveline, Governing Carsharing as a Commercial or a Public Service ? A Comparison Between France and Japan, in Finger M., Audouin M. eds, The Governance of Smart Transportation Systems, towards new organizational structures for the development of shared, automated, electric and integrated mobility, Springer, the urban book series, 2018, Pages 55-77
This book presents essential new governance structures to embrace and regulate smart mobility modes. Drawing on a range of case studies, it paves the way for new approaches to governing future transportation systems.
Over the past decades, Information and Communication Technologies have enabled the development of new mobility solutions that have completely redefined traditional and well-established urban transportation systems. Urban transportation systems are evolving dramatically, from the development of shared mobility modes, to the advent of electric mobility, and from the automated mobility trend to the rapid spread of integrated transportation schemes. Given the disruptive nature of those new mobility solutions, new governance structures are needed. Through a series of case studies from around the world, this book highlights governance and regulatory processes having supported, or sometimes prevented, the development and implementation of smart mobility solutions (shared, automated, electric, integrated).
The combination of chapters offers a comprehensive overview of the different research endeavours focusing on the governance of smart transportation systems and will help pave the way for this important subject, which is crucial for the future of cities.
Smart Transport Smart Mobility Transportation Governance Automated Mobility Transportation Systems