The development of sustainable mobility is linked to technological developments and different forms of vehicle power supply. Despite all the difficulties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore, it is necessary to provide road users with an adequate network of public recharging infrastructures and to facilitate the setting-up of private recharging stations through shared and participatory development plans between the stakeholders and all the institutions involved. The present work introduces an analysis of some of the European Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) and the transport supply connected to several cities. After an evaluation of the macro areas of intervention, factors and criteria for the deployment of the electric vehicle linked to the demand responsive transport choice (EV-DRTs) have been defined in terms of user classification and environmental factors, but also considering the services and infrastructures for electric charging. The identification of these factors and criteria allows an exemplification in the development and adaptation of the planning and design concept.

Exploring the Factors that Encourage the Spread of EV-DRT into the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

Cocuzza E.;Ignaccolo M.;Inturri G.;Torrisi V.
2021-01-01

Abstract

The development of sustainable mobility is linked to technological developments and different forms of vehicle power supply. Despite all the difficulties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore, it is necessary to provide road users with an adequate network of public recharging infrastructures and to facilitate the setting-up of private recharging stations through shared and participatory development plans between the stakeholders and all the institutions involved. The present work introduces an analysis of some of the European Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) and the transport supply connected to several cities. After an evaluation of the macro areas of intervention, factors and criteria for the deployment of the electric vehicle linked to the demand responsive transport choice (EV-DRTs) have been defined in terms of user classification and environmental factors, but also considering the services and infrastructures for electric charging. The identification of these factors and criteria allows an exemplification in the development and adaptation of the planning and design concept.
2021
978-3-030-86975-5
978-3-030-86976-2
Electric vehicle
SUMPs
Demand Responsive Transport (DRT)
Shared mobility
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