Case Studies

In this room we’ll present case studies of sharing start-ups, platforms, projects and best practices of cities around the world.

On the Road with an Autonomous Passenger Shuttle: Integration in Public Spaces

A case study from Switzerland about Smart Shuttles (AVs).

D.C. Prepares to Launch Transportation as a Service

Washington D.C.'s pilot program to boost for-hire vehicle occupancy rates, while also improving low-income residents’ access to transportation and reducing traffic congestion.

Munich on-demand public mobility service

18/07/2018Sharing Cities Alliance Support
Modern service provided by the city of Munich in the mobility domain, namely MVG IsarTiger (on-demand online public service).

Review Of Neighborhood Ride Service By Taxicab (NRS) Pilot Program

Review of “micro-transit” service in the city of Washington, which effectively provides an intermediate service between traditional taxicabs and small bus services and has similarities to both.

The Walking School Bus

31/01/2018Sharing Cities Alliance Support
The Walking Bus demonstrates how a simple low cost project, can create a lot of value to multiple groups, and create a more sustainable alternative for the environment.

How municipalities in Ontario have responded to ride-hailing companies

03/10/2017Sharing Cities Alliance Support
This case study describes how municipalities in Ontario have amended vehicle-for-hire/taxi bylaws to account for new companies like Uber and Lyft.

Milan's Comprehensive Shared Mobility Strategy

10/07/2017Sharing Cities Alliance Support
Read all about Milan's Sharing Mobility Strategy, initiated to solve its congestion, emission challenges, and the tremendous traffic volume in the city.

Car sharing in the city of Bremen

05/07/2017Sharing Cities Alliance Support
Bremen is a pioneer city when it comes to car sharing. Read more about their vision, shared mobility plans, open data and citizen engagement.

The City of Copenhagen's Bicycle Strategy

05/07/2017Sharing Cities Alliance Support
Copenhagen plans to achieve a greater modal share for bicycles by increasing the capacity of cycle tracks to its city center, in order to accommodate an additional 60,000 cyclists by 2025.