Public Perceptions on Shared Micromobility

As shared micromobility services (e.g., e-bikes, public bike shares, e-scooters) expand, there are uncertainties in how these will integrate with our current transportation systems. This project aims to examine public perceptions of micromobility in Metro Vancouver to understand the potential for shared micromobility in the region. Using surveys, focus groups, and case studies we ask: Who are the potential users of shared micromobility? What are the barriers and facilitators for use of micromobility? What is the potential for integration with transit services? This project will provide locally-relevant insights to support a smoother transition toward shared micromobility.

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Sarah Tremblay
Faculty Supervisor: 
Meghan Winters
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British Columbia
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