The Future of Shared Mobility and Public Transport
The Chair of Transportation Systems Engineering of TUM organized a workshop, entitled "The Future of Shared Mobility and Public Transport". The workshop is organized as part of DVanpool project, where experts from Technical University of Munich, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Bundeswehr Universität München and Imperial College London came together to present and discuss their research in aim of better understanding the future of shared mobility and public tranport.
The workshop took place on Tuesday, 14th May 2019, at the TUM central campus (Arcisstraße 21, 80333 Munich room 1713). The event schedule is presented below.
Alejandro Tirachini: The economics of autonomous public transport: supply and fare optimisation (file)
Daniel Hörcher: Mobility as a Service (MaaS) economics: should we fight car ownership with subscriptions to alternative modes?*
Dimitris Milakis: Societal implications of automated vehicles: existing knowledge and future research needs*
Antonios Tsakarestos: Contribution of connected and autonomous driving to public transport modes of higher capacity – developments from TUM CREATE*
Klaus Bogenberger: From Free Floating Carsharing to Robotax-Ridepooling*
Santhanakrishnan Narayanan: TUM TSE Research on Shared Autonomous Vehicles (file)
Moeid Qurashi: D-Vanpool (Dynamic Vanpool services: Passenger preferences, operations modelling, and simulation-based quantification of impacts) (file)
Christelle Al Haddad: TUM TSE Research on Urban Air Mobility (file)
* Presentation not available