Micromobility – vehicles, multimodality, infrastructure

  • Tijana Timić University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
  • Drazenko Glavic University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
  • Marina Milenković University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
Keywords: Electric micro vehicles, Share micromobility, Electric scooter, Multimodal integration, MaaS

Abstract

Large cities are facing with traffic congestion and increased emissions. With the increase in the city population there is an increase in user mobility, which results in congestion on the street network. For short-distance movements of up to 8 km, micromobility creates new mobility services in cities, which contributes to reducing congestion on the street network. In addition to reducing congestion, micromobility will also create changes in parking and street space distribution. Because of their advantages, electric micro vehicles have the potential to replace the car for a significant percentage of short trips in cities. This will help cities reduce the number of cars on city streets. This paper presents the analysis of means of transport, the analysis of multimodality through the "Share mobility" concept and the "MaaS" concept, as well as through the infrastructural requirements of electric micro vehicles.

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Published
2020-12-10
How to Cite
Timić, T., Glavic, D., & Milenković, M. (2020). Micromobility – vehicles, multimodality, infrastructure. Put I Saobracaj, 66(4), 59-64. https://doi.org/10.31075/PIS.66.04.07

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