Share-More percieved impacts:

  1. SHARE-MORE explores needs and preferences for different target groups and develops a methodology for incorporating these findings into carsharing services. This output will result in increased access for target groups as well as improved tools to achieve better mobility services.
  2. SHARE-MORE will develop a list of potential incentives for carsharing services stakeholders for ensuring better sustainable mobility services throughout the metropolitan areas. Incorporating these incentives in new municipal contracts will improve accessibility and overtime decrease car ownership.
  3. The unique data set of individual preferences of users and potential users of carsharing services in 3 EU cities (Tel-Aviv, Munich, and Copenhagen) and behavioral insights stemming from this data set can assist carsharing developments across Europe.
  4. By bringing together regulators, academics, and industry from various European regions the project will develop solutions that aim at travel behavioral change and support policy makers to design appropriate carsharing frameworks.
  5. The new incentive-oriented module developed and integrated into the application of AutoTel, the Tel Aviv carsharing service, aims to improve the business model of the service operator, both by increasing market share and by improving the efficiency of the operational process. It will serve as a lighthouse for other service operators for improving their business models by implementing similar schemes.

This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable. Learn more: