SILCI PhD Thesis! Laurie Kerr’s work on peer-to-peer carsharing and ridesharing

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Congratulations to Laurie Kerr whose PhD thesis is now published and available here. Laurie’s PhD research compared adopters with non-adopters of two different peer-to-peer shared mobility platforms: carsharing and ridesharing. By comparing the two groups, she was able to tease out the factors explaining uptake, and so develop realistic scenario projections of how shared mobility […]

SILCI PhD Thesis! Emma Cassar’s work on mobility-as-a-service

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Congratulations to Emma Cassar whose PhD thesis is now published and available here. Emma’s PhD research investigated the potential for ‘mobility-as-a-service’ to disrupt our car-dependence. She was particularly interested in young adults making the transition from education into the workforce, as this is often associated with a switch from public or active modes to private […]