Exploring the relation between emerging technologies and sustainable mobility

Welcome to a research seminar about AVs, EVs, DRT, big data, shared mobility and governance, at K2 in Lund on Monday the 2nd of September at 11.15 – 16.00.

Program:
11.15 Introduction

11.30 Driving vs. Public Transit: Spatiotemporal Variations of Travel Time in Cities using Emerging Data Sources
Yuan Liao, PhD student, Chalmers University, Sweden

12.05 Assessment of future induced car traveling in Sweden through adoption of privately owned autonomous vehicles
Ella Rebalski,  PhD student, Chalmers University, Sweden

12.40 Lunch

13.25 Free-floating car-sharing electrification and mode displacement: Travel time and usage patterns from 12 cities in Europe and the United States
Frances Sprei, Associate Professor, Chalmers University, Sweden

14.00 On-demand public transport – Will it take off?
Fredrik Pettersson-Löfstedt, senior researcher and Chunli Zhao, Post-doc K2/Lund University, Sweden

14.35 Break

14.50 Factors shaping the use and impacts of the emerging mobility paradigm. Implications for managing the converging mobility 'disruption'
Ferenc Stephen Kovacs PhD student, Curtin University, Australia

15.25 Roles and strategies of Nordic PTAs toward autonomous buses and MaaS
Claus Hedegaard Sørensen, Research Leader, K2/VTI and Alexander Paulsson, senior researcher, K2/VTI/Lund University, Sweden

Please sign up by sending an email to Chunli.zhao@tft.lth.se no later than Monday, the 26th of August. In the signing up email, please let us know if you have special food preference. There will be croissants served in the morning session, and lunch for all the attendants.

Most welcome!
Chunli Zhao and Claus Hedegaard Sørensen

Datum: 
måndag, september 2, 2019
Plats: 
K2, Bruksgatan 8 in Lund

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