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E-Scooter Scenarios: Evaluating the Potential Mobility Benefits of Shared Dockless Scooters in Chicago
"This study examines the potential for public e-scooter sharing systems to fill mobility needs within and between Chicago neighborhoods. It explores how availability of this micro-mode of transportation could influence travel time, cost, and the convenience of trips relative to other active and shared-use modes including walking, bicycling, bikeshare, and public transit."
"On trips between 0.5 and 2 miles, e-scooters would be a particularly strong alternative to private automobiles. In parking-constrained environments, the introduction of e-scooters could increase the number of trips in which non-auto options are competitive with driving from 47% to 75%. "
"Due to their higher relative cost on trips over three miles, e-scooters would likely not result in significant diversion from public transit on longer-distance trips."
"The benefits of e-scooters can differ widely between geographic areas that are only a few blocks apart due to the differential access of these areas to transit lines and bus routes."
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