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Governance of the Smart Mobility Transition

Author: Greg Marsden; Louise Reardon
Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Rapid changes are underway in mobility systems worldwide, including the introduction of shared mobility solutions, Mobility as a Service and the testing of automated vehicles. These changes are driven by the development and application of 'smart' technologies. Transition to these technologies present significant opportunities for countries, cities and rural areas alike, offering the tempting prospect of economic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Marsden; Louise Reardon
ISBN: 9781787543171 178754317X
OCLC Number: 1029759779
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Contents: Front Cover; Copyright Page; Governance of The Smart Mobility Transition; Contents; About the Editors; About the Authors; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Introduction; What Is Smart Mobility?; Governance; Smart Mobility and Governance; References; Section One. Navigating the Role of the State; Chapter 2 New Governance Challenges in the Era of 'Smart' Mobility; We've Seen the Future ... and It Works; We've Seen the Future ... and It Might Not Work After All; Fork in the Road; Conclusions; References. Chapter 3 The Case of Mobility as a Service: A Critical Reflection on Challenges for Urban Transport and Mobility GovernanceIntroduction; Construction of Mobility as a Service; Complexities and Contradictions in MaaS for Real; Business Models and Resilience; The False Promise of Freedom; Implications for Governance; Conclusions; Notes; References; Section Two. Whose Voices are in the Smart Mobility Debate?; Chapter 4 Smart Mobility: Disrupting Transport Governance?; Introduction; Automobility, Categories and Framing in Transport Governance; Car Sharing; Personal Mobility Devices. Conclusions and ImplicationsAcknowledgements; References; Chapter 5 Governing the Race to Automation; Introduction; Transition Management, Reflexive Governance and Experimentation; Automating Transport in the United Kingdom; Transition Management and the Race to the Future; Strategic; Tactical; Operational; Reflexive; Interconnections; Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 6 Who Benefits From Smart Mobility Policies? The Social Construction of Winners and Losers in The Connected Bikes Projects in The Netherlands; Introduction. Combining SCPD and STS for Studying Smart Mobility Target GroupsMethods; The Case Studies; Maastricht; Brabant; Findings; Modality Switchers: Car User Employees Working for BB Members; Non-Car User Employees Working for BB Members; Students; Traffic Participants: Car Users Not Participating in the Programme; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Section Three. State Capacity; Chapter 7 Governmental Capacity and the Smart Mobility Transition; Disruption in the Transport Sector; Transforming Governance Capacity: Policy Versus Process?; Ridesourcing in San Francisco. Congestion Charging in StockholmPolicy Success, Implementation Processes and Governance Outcomes: Comparing San Francisco and Stockholm; Concluding Remarks; Notes; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 8 Planning for Disruptive Transport Technologies: How Prepared Are Australian Transport Agencies?; Introduction; AV Deployment and Urban Planning in Australia: The Current State of Play; Prepared for What? The Context for Interviews with Australian Planners; Findings and Analysis; Uncertainty Hampering Planning; Government: Enabler or Prescriber?
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The transition towards `smarter' autonomous transport systems calls for a rethink in how transport is governed/who governs it, to ensure a step-change to a more sustainable future. This book  Read more...

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