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A Study of Ride-Sharing Opportunities in the City of Santiago de Chile [chapter]

Emanuele Massaro
2020 Sustainability Assessment of Urban Systems  
Our Future of Mobility practice serves the entire ecosystem of companies working in and around mobility to actively shape its emergence.  ...  The entire way we travel from point A to point B is changing. This transformation is creating a new ecosystem of personal mobility, with implications affecting more than just the automotive industry.  ...  Acknowledgments The 2019 Deloitte City Mobility Index: Gauging global readiness for the future of mobility  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108574334.022 fatcat:woaihaknnrg73lgsiorrmj2sje

The Social, Economic, and Environmental Impacts of Ridesourcing Services: A Literature Review

Amir Reza Khavarian-Garmsir, Ayyoob Sharifi, Mohammad Hajian Hossein Abadi
2021 Future Transportation  
The proliferation of ridesourcing services has raised both hopes and concerns about their role in cities. The impacts of ridesourcing services are complex and multi-faceted.  ...  Through reviewing the literature, this study aims to identify the social, economic, and environmental impacts of these services and highlight opportunities and challenges that lay ahead of them for resolving  ...  They further explored that a 50% reduction in TNCs fares can lead to a 3.5% increase in the BRT market share in this city.  ... 
doi:10.3390/futuretransp1020016 fatcat:cznq5uny6baohmadx2orrzdbka

A Generalisable Data Fusion Framework to Infer Mode of Transport Using Mobile Phone Data [article]

Eduardo Graells-Garrido, Daniela Opitz, Francisco Rowe
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We tested the method in a case study of Santiago (Chile), and found that changes from 2012 to 2020 in mode of transportation inferred by the method are coherent with expectations from domain knowledge  ...  This paper proposes a method to estimate updated mode of transportation usage in a city, with novel usage of mobile phone application traces to infer previously hard to detect modes, such as bikes and  ...  We thank GPA Movistar for facilitating the data for this study, and Leo Ferres for insightful discussion. Daniela Opitz was partially funded by ANID #PAI77190057.  ... 
arXiv:2204.09482v1 fatcat:6mf4y7eazvb3lb5qerunoulkm4

International Field Studies: Tools For Enhancing Cultural Literacy

Darlene Brannigan Smith, Harsha Desai, John Cotner, Roger Kashlak
2011 Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC)  
As part of Loyola College's Executive MBA Program, students participate in an international field study (IFS).  ...  This paper presents our approach to enhancing the cultural competency and literacy of students enrolled in the program.  ...  Visits to companies and organizations like Hogar de Cristo in Santiago de Chile provide our students a glimpse of how much good can be done for the poor and the infirm with a minimum of resourcesa very  ... 
doi:10.19030/tlc.v2i2.1774 fatcat:y2dubcfalnfgjhj4wziehkm2xm

Public Bike Sharing Programs under the Prism of Urban Planning Officials: The Case of Santiago de Chile

Rodrigo Mora, Pablo Moran
2020 Sustainability  
Methods: The analysis is set in Santiago, a highly segregated city composed of 37 independent districts.  ...  However, the functioning of bike-sharing schemes also is a reminder of the fragmented and dysfunctional governance of Santiago.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare that there is no conflict of Interest and other Ethics conflict in this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12145720 fatcat:4bslcs6dmrcfnktr4wukxtd45a

Cycling in South America, 1880-1920

Matthew Brown
2020 Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura  
The physical sensations of travelling through the environment on a pedal-powered machine were new and unexpected.  ...  Historians have tended to ignore the South American experience of cycling. The continent's diverse history of sports has been effaced by a popular and academic focus on soccer.  ...  The Generation of Racing Cyclists who Changed their Nation and the Tour de France (London: W&N, 2020  ... 
doi:10.15446/achsc.v48n1.91552 fatcat:mra4taqscrby7aw7okqxmh7do4

Self-employment through ride-hailing: Drivers' experiences in Johannesburg, South Africa

Gorton Wilmans, Naiefa Rashied
2021 Acta Commercii  
for the study: This study was motivated by the lack of scholarly information on the experiences of drivers involved in ride-hailing in the context of South Africa.Research design, approach and method:  ...  implications: In a country plagued by unemployment, the development of small businesses is an important income-generating opportunity for many.  ...  Disclaimer The views expressed in this article are the views of the authors and not an official position of any institution or funder.  ... 
doi:10.4102/ac.v21i1.926 fatcat:mshyqy45jndkhlbwaxknfy4pay

Afro-Descendant Migrants in Santiago, Chile: Stigma Processes and Rhetorical Resistance

Melissa M. Valle
2014 Revista de trabajo social  
It provides a qualitative empirical account of the experiences of Afro-descendants presently living in Santiago, Chile, and contributes to the debate on the realities of migrants in Latin America from  ...  While this study can only provide a snapshot into the lives of some Afro-descendant migrants living in Chile, preliminary findings suggest that this population is experiencing racism and xenophobia, with  ...  The presence of people of African descent in Chile, particularly in the capital city, Santiago, has always remained relatively low compared with the rest of Latin America outside of the Southern Cone.  ... 
doi:10.7764/rts.87.3-18 fatcat:u5gqc5ljbvfhjae2dbs3l36xmy

Towards Future Innovative Transport: Visions, Trends and Methods

Pierluigi Coppola
2016 Transportation Research Procedia  
The paper by Goletz et al. [5] discusses, with a specific focus on passenger mobility, four case studies from Paris, Santiago de Thust et al. [8] discuss recent trends of long-distance travel in Germany  ...  Chile, Singapore and Vienna, in light of their recent mobility trends, concluding that similarities can arise across modes and cities at unexpected points, such as between cyclists in Santiago and car  ...  University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy E-mail address: Editorial Advisory Committee The Editor is indebted with the following colleagues for their assistance in refereeing papers  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2016.05.001 fatcat:ix6f4h4nlvbgticj4exgmqe2fa

Tweets on the Go: Gender Differences in Transport Perception and Its Discussion on Social Media

Paula Vasquez-Henriquez, Eduardo Graells-Garrido, Diego Caro
2020 Sustainability  
Since these aspects are usually omitted from travel surveys, our work provides evidence on how Twitter allows the measurement of aspects of the transportation system in a city that have been studied in  ...  We analyzed more than 400,000 tweets from 100,000 users about transportation from Santiago, Chile.  ...  Results In this section, we present the results of a case study of transportation tweets in Spanish from Santiago, Chile.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12135405 fatcat:xke25axrcfharbsvvpw3n2rtfy

Natural history values and meanings in nineteenth-century Chile

Patience A. Schell
2018 Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science  
In nineteenth-century Chile, naturalists and their supporters argued that scientific work and study, including natural history, were good for individuals and society because they developed and tempered  ...  the character of their practitioners.  ...  These values helped unite a community in Chile, and may have helped both immigrants and Chileans share a sensibility with colleagues in other parts of the world.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsnr.2017.0051 fatcat:feemohe6fbg6bk4bf3olwewu74

Urban environment interventions linked to the promotion of physical activity: A mixed methods study applied to the urban context of Latin America

Luis F. Gomez, Rodrigo Sarmiento, Maria Fernanda Ordoñez, Carlos Felipe Pardo, Thiago Hérick de Sá, Christina H. Mallarino, J. Jaime Miranda, Janeth Mosquera, Diana C. Parra, Rodrigo Reis, D. Alex Quistberg
2015 Social Science and Medicine  
The documentary analysis indicated that despite the benefits and opportunities provided by the programs and existing infrastructure in the examined cities, an overall concern is the rising inequality in  ...  Language bias, no excluded studies list provided. No/poor examination of the specific factors that might explain differences in the results of the included studies Wong BY et al 2011.  ...  Our special thanks to all the experts contacted for this research who were interested in giving advice for the documentary analysis: Claudio Olivares from Santiago, Mario Lanza from México City, Darío  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.02.042 pmid:25748111 pmcid:PMC4594859 fatcat:4vgwsxia45hendxjhxzruddsay

role of perceived satisfaction and the built environment on the frequency of cycle-commuting

Tomás Echiburú, Ricardo Hurtubia, Juan Carlos Muñoz
2021 Journal of Transport and Land Use  
This study examines the relationship between perceived satisfaction and the attributes of the built environment along the route.  ...  The first, a satisfaction latent variable model by mode, confirms previous findings in the literature, such as the correlation between cycling and a more enjoyable experience, while adding some new findings  ...  We appreciate the contribution of Anibal Rojas in the first iteration of model specification.  ... 
doi:10.5198/jtlu.2021.1826 fatcat:einwh7a5zrgq3m7fyxl6xtib64

Leasing Industry Based on Internet: A Study of the Bicycle-Sharing Program in China

Xuecheng Yang, Yang Yang
2017 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
This study finds that bicycle-sharing system has risk in managing users' account and that developing technology is the key to this industry.  ...  Among these, China's bike-sharing program has won a lot of attention due to a wide range of users and incomparable convenience.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grand No. 7120215). The author gratefully acknowledges the support of K. C.  ... 
doi:10.18178/joebm.2017.5.12.541 fatcat:7j7iscajk5g6rkqrkwt7f7elgm

Toward An Interdisciplinary Methodology to Solve New (Old) Transportation Problems [article]

Eduardo Graells-Garrido, Vanessa Peña-Araya
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The rising availability of digital traces provides a fertile ground for new solutions to both, new and old problems in cities.  ...  As case study, we describe how this methodology was applied to define a model to infer commuting trips with mode of transportation from mobile phone data.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to thank the Atelier Team at Inria Chile ( for help in organizing and holding the interactive session, specially Celeste Bertin for her technical support.  ... 
arXiv:2002.08956v1 fatcat:ec72uofcenfhtew6fktzfkk2q4
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