Think you might wish to participate in a short collaborative survey in which we trying to improve our understanding of the relationship between carshare suppliers and local government in a cross-section of countries and environments? We are hoping to cover cities of a range of sizes, including both high performers and those as yet without much of a strategy. It will be important to cover both ends of the spectrum.
For your information the KpVV is the “knowledge platform for transportation and mobility” the Dutch Ministry of Transportation and Environment – http://www.polisnetwork.eu/members/68/26/KpVV
We will of course share results with you along with a copy of the final report which hopefully will be completed by the end of this month.
If you want to lend a hand, please get in touch via Eric.Britton@EcoPlan.org, Tel. +336 5088 0787, or via Skype at newmobility (in one word).
And just so you understand that this is not a one-way street, here are some shared carsharing references from here that you might find useful:
- Report on 22 Feb. 2014 Delft workshop and crowd brainstorm Click here
- World Streets on Carsharing and New Ways of Owning/Using Cars – https://worldstreets.wordpress.com/category/xcars/
- Our collaborative Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/worldcarshare/
- Shared Library of key carshare sources (invitational on email to email@example.com) – http://goo.gl/Pftvp6
- Original World Carshare site at www.worldcarshare.org (since 1999, to be updated)
- Final report for Going Dutch collaborative project – September 2014 – Contact us for a copy
With thanks and best wishes,
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Bio: Trained as a development economist, Eric Britton is a public entrepreneur specializing in the field of sustainability and social justice. Professor of Sustainable Development, Economy and Democracy at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris), he is also MD of EcoPlan Association, an independent advisory network providing strategic counsel for government and business on policy and decision issues involving complex systems, social-technical change and sustainable development. Founding editor of World Streets, his latest work focuses on the subject of equity, economy and efficiency in city transport and public space, and helping governments to ask the right questions -- and in the process, find practical solutions to urgent climate, mobility, life quality and job creation issues. More at: http://wp.me/PsKUY-2p7