Drivers and Barriers of Households’ Carsharing Decisions

Based on a survey of 2,106 individuals, this study aims to get a better understanding of the attitudes toward carsharing in Flanders, Belgium. Several drivers and barriers that influence household decisions to participate in a carsharing system are identified. An ordinal logit model reveals that highly educated, younger males with high ecological concerns are more likely to share cars. It is shown that living in a rural environment or owning a company car are important barriers. A parking policy aimed at discouraging private car use while stimulating sustainable mobility choices appears to be an interesting avenue for future research.

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    • This publication contains the opinions of the authors, not that of the Flemish administration. The Flemish administration will not carry any liability for the use that can be made of the produced data or conclusions. © National Academy of Sciences: Transportation Research Board 2021.
  • Authors:
    • Carmen, Raïsa
    • Alaerts, Luc
    • Bachus, Kris
    • Chapman, Donald A
    • Eyckmans, Johan
    • Van Acker, Karel
    • Van Ootegem, Luc
    • Rousseau, Sandra
  • Publication Date: 2021

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  • Accession Number: 01771203
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS, TRB, ATRI
  • Created Date: May 2 2021 3:10PM