Pratiche di mobilità condivisa

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Shared mobility practices

Carla Lunghi, Davide Luca Arcidiacono

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[Autom. eng. transl.] In the Italian scenario, characterized by a poor development of collective transport systems, the space for shared mobility services (or sharing mobility) seems very promising and represents the real driving force of the shared economy in our country. In fact, despite the prevalence of an "individualistic" model based on the possession and [use] of private vehicles, sharing mobility seems to perfectly fill the "interstices" that wind between the car and public transport, the two main means used by the Italians. Certainly the most appreciated aspects are linked to the flexibility of use that these new forms of mobility make available to citizens, in addition to the advantages in terms of economic savings and reduction of polluting impacts. However, between car sharing and car pooling, it is the second to present greater innovative potential. The sharing of passages (or ride-sharing), in fact, seems to favor the creation of social and trusting relationships between users who decide, thanks to digital tools, to share shorter or longer trips, amplifying the virtuous effects of shared mobility beyond convenience, sustainability and extreme adaptability. Managing and innovating urban mobility through sharing means, however, not only acting on the infrastructure or the variety and complementarity of the transport networks but also operating on the skills of mobility and the socio-cognitive factors associated with the adoption of each means of travel . Economic and cultural accessibility then becomes a fundamental point on which regulation and public policies can play a central role for the promotion and effectiveness of sharing mobility systems. In fact, the diffusion and inclusiveness of shared mobility directly cross-refer the subjects' digital skills, their aptitude for using digital currency (and therefore must be bankable), as well as the availability of other transport alternatives in an intermodal logic.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Shared mobility practices
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationItalia creativa. Condivisione, sostenibilità, innovazione
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Mobility
  • Mobilità
  • condivisione
  • sharing mobility


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