Automotive and transport sector organisations carried out in June-July at the turn of the poll, which surveyed the views of motoring and mobility for the future.according to the results of a large part of the approach to driver assistance systems positively.What car nomisempi system is, the reservation approach is.the New mobility services are not yet so attractive, that they would replace the private car place in the household.About 85 % of the respondents would be interested in buying the car its the driver situation-specific ancillary systems.About 50% of the respondents would be willing to accept the car miles and monitor the movement of insurance premiums or tax base data.
Ride-hailing accounts for an 83 percent increase in the miles cars travel for ride-hailing passengers in Denver's metro area, according to a study published this week in the journal Transportation by researchers at the University of Colorado Denver.He collected exclusive driver data providing hundreds of rides throughout the Denver metropolitan area in fall 2016, according to the paper, "The impact of ride-hailing on vehicle miles traveled."For this first-of-its-kind study, the researcher-driver collected real-time data and surveyed passengers for feedback and demographic information.By surveying passengers, Henao learned that a combined 34 percent of his ride-hailing passengers would have taken transit, walked, or bicycled if ride-hailing hadn't existed."Vehicle miles traveled increased mainly due to two factors; additional empty miles from ride-hailing drivers going around without passengers, and ride-hailing substituting more efficient and sustainable modes such as transit, biking and walking," said Henao.There is decrease in overall transportation efficiency due to more car miles on the road, often traveling without passengers.