Group discussion on peer-to-peer car sharing
Shared mobility offers such as peer-to-peer car sharing (e.g. association car sharing and private sharing initiatives that organise bottom-up car sharing offers) are becoming visibly more interesting for sustainable mobility. It is hoped that they will reduce dependency on owning a car and open up new possibilities for meeting different transport needs. Peer-to-peer car sharing and related mobility offers could be an alternative to classic motorised individual transport in the city as well as in rural regions.
What is car sharing all about? What potentials and challenges does it pose? All these questions and more will be addressed in the group discussion. All those who have the Seestadtauto (Seestadt MOBIL) car sharing available in their neighbourhood are invited, regardless of whether they use it or not (or even reject it). The participants talk about how they generally get around in everyday life, what role the various means of transport such as bicycle, private car, etc. play and what role the association Carsharing plays or could play. What do the various mobility options contribute to everyday mobility and what are their limits?
Participation does not require any preparation. What you need to bring along is your everyday experience and a bit of pleasure in discussing mobility issues.
You will receive an expense allowance of 40 euros for participating.
Time and duration: 26 January 2022 at 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
If you are interested, simply write a short e-mail by 24 January to: firstname.lastname@example.org