The aim of this questionnaire is to gain an understanding of how we travel today and how we will travel in a fast-evolving world, where autonomous mobility will probably become a potential scenario. Your generous support will allow us to advance in the research and keep into account your needs and attitudes to make future mobility more efficient and adequate to users’ needs.
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Autonomous vehicle (AV); also known as a self-driving vehicle that depends on technology, sensors, cameras, and algorithms … to drive itself and to ferry us from one place to another without the need of a driver’s presence. The first stage of an autonomous vehicle is the semi-autonomous one where the vehicle can drive by itself but a human driver and steering wheel are necessary. Today several tests of self-driving vehicles have taken place all over the world, for both private cars and public transport vehicles.
Car-pooling; refers to the shared use of a vehicle by a non-professional driver, and one or more passengers who travel together for all or part of a journey.
Car sharing; also known as car clubs are a form of vehicle rental, which make a fleet of vehicles available to their users. Once these users have signed up as members of the car club, they can access a vehicle on demand, by simply booking by telephone or internet.
Ride-sharing; implies an arrangement in which a passenger travels in a private vehicle driven by its owner, for free or for a fee, especially as arranged by means of a website or app.
Bicycle sharing; also known as bike-sharing, is a service in which bicycles are made available for shared use to individuals who do not own them.
Scooter-sharing; is a service in which scooters are made available for shared use to individuals who do not own them.