MONTREAL

2 days / 20 talks
Shaping the future of carsharing

May 18-19, 2017
AM

Day 2

Research tells the carsharing story

Making decisions for the future of carsharing depends on the latest, most relevant evidence.

Whether you are a carsharing operator, technology innovator or a city policy maker, these new studies will show the impact and benefits of carsharing and shared mobility on its communities.

Martin Trépanier
Grzegorz Wielinski (École Polytechnique de Montréal)
Adam Cohen (Transportation Sustainability Research Center – Berkeley)
Nicolas Louvet (6T – Paris)
Hadi Dowlatabadi
Michiko Namazu (Université de la Colombie-Britannique – Vancouver)


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Martin Trepanier

Martin Trepanier

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Polytechnique Montréal

Grzegorz Wielinsky

Polytechnique Montréal

Grzegorz Wielinsky

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TSRC – Berkeley University

Adam Cohen

TSRC – Berkeley University

Adam Cohen

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UBER

Nicolas Louvet

UBER

Nicolas Louvet


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University of British Columbia

Hadi Dowlatabadi

University of British Columbia

Hadi Dowlatabadi

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University of British Columbia

Michiko Namazu

University of British Columbia

Michiko Namazu


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