Synopsis of Users’ Behaviour of a Carsharing Program: A Case Study in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2012

  • Date Enacted: Aug 27, 2015


The paper presents a comprehensive investigation of the bahavior of carsharing members through the analysis of administrative datasets of a dominant carsharing program in Toronto. The key objective of the investigation is to enhance our understanding on carsharing behavior in the City of Toronto. Unlike other studies on carsharing, this paper intends to build a comprehensive understanding of the multiple dimensions of users’ behavior in terms of total vehicle-kilometer and vehicle-hour travel including:attitude towards environment, attitude towards safety, frequency of usage, membership duration, vehicle type choice, and monthly demand. Overview excerpt sourced from report.

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