DESIGNING FEEDBACK LOOPS TO PROMOTE SHARED MOBILITY SERVICES

Shared Mobility Services operate within complex transportation systems. The interactions within those systems determine whether the shared mobility services can meet the needs of a substantial part of the population, attract more customers, and displace more resource-consumptive modes of transportation. This lab presents a method to systematically search for feedback loops within complex systems that affect the success of shared mobility services, and to design interventions that enable these services to become more successful. This session will be hosted by Ouishare.

This session will be organised and managed by dr. Wolfgang Wiltrude Höschele (Mannheim – Germany).

Wolfgang Wiltrude Höschele

Wolfgang Wiltrude Höschele (Mannheim, Germany) studied biology, environmental science and geography in the United States. He is working on systemic strategies to create an economy of abundance of life: socially equitable, ecologically sustainable and free. READ MORE

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