Authors: Elliot Martin and Susan Shaheen
Date published: March 2010
Why did we select this research?
This paper from the Transportation Sustainability Research Center from the University of California, Berkeley presents the results of a North American carsharing member survey of 6,281 people. The authors establish a “before-and-after” analytical design with a focus on carsharing’s impacts on household vehicle holdings and the aggregate vehicle population. It determines how many vehicles carsharing programs have taken off the road.
Martin, E., & Shaheen, S. (2011). The impact of carsharing on household vehicle ownership. Retrieved from: https://cloudfront.escholarship.org/dist/prd/content/qt7w58646d/qt7w58646d.pdf