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Carsharing, the practice of sharing a car for traveling and commuting purposes, has become popular in recent years because it absolves its members from the cost burden associated with vehicle ownership–not least of which is insurance. Rather than requiring members to have their own insurance, carsharing operators provide insurance as... View Article

Every year, leading transportation professionals gather in Washington, D.C. to discuss and examine transportation issues during the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Annual Meeting. As part of the 2016 TRB meeting, I hosted a workshop with Prachi Vakharia of RideAmigos on behalf of several TRB committees. The workshop examined the latest... View Article


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The trend of worldwide carsharing growth has continued as both roundtrip and one-way systems have added to their fleets and memberships. In its Winter 2016 “Carsharing Outlook,” Innovative Mobility Research of UC Berkeley published findings that carsharing has continued to grow - verging on near exponential - from 2012 to 2014.