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Hotspots Identification and Classification of Dockless Bicycle Sharing Service under Electric Fence Circumstances

Ying Hui, Yingkun Xie, Qing Yu, Xiaolei Liu, Xinyuan Wang, Linchuan Yang
2022 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
Dockless bicycle sharing is one of the low-carbon transportation modes towards sustainable mobilities.  ...  Based on the demand and land use characteristics, parking management schemes and policy implications are proposed.  ...  Since the birth of the first generation of bike-sharing program "White Bike" in Amsterdam in 1965, BS has undergone several system updates [1] . e original bike-sharing systems were mainly docked ones  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/5218254 fatcat:qqsjd2whjnfbfom7spfftgjliy

Demand And/oR Equity (DARE) method for planning bike-sharing

David Duran-Rodas, Benjamin Wright, Francisco C. Pereira, Gebhard Wulfhorst
2021 Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment  
A B S T R A C T Most bike-sharing systems in cities aim to maximize demand, an approach that tends to inadvertently favor wealthier neighborhoods.  ...  This method allows decision-makers to build scenarios for allocating infrastructure based on their desired fairness criterion, and can also be applied to other shared modes or public transport.  ...  Hybrid systems share advantages of dockless and docked systems (Yanocha et al., 2018) but have not been studied in great depth.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trd.2021.102914 fatcat:j6nkwyu54zhotdkhasycs6mlou

Trip purpose identification of docked bike-sharing from IC card data using a continuous hidden Markov model

Wenhao Li, Yanjie Ji, Xianqi Cao, Xinyi Qi
2020 IEEE Access  
The IC card data of docked bike-sharing usage in Nanjing, China is used to interpret the specific steps of the proposed model.  ...  It is different from the previous supervised learning algorithm based on personal travel questionnaire, the aim of this study is to develop an unsupervised learning methodology to estimate the docked bike-sharing  ...  Since the docked bike-sharing project started in 1960s, after 40 years of continuous improvement, it has developed rapidly all over the world, and the research on the docked bike-sharing system has formed  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3026685 fatcat:d2ofwpj5cjerbofm3egcqqxrim

Should bike sharing continue operating during the COVID-19 pandemic? Empirical findings from Nanjing, China [article]

Mingzhuang Hua, Xuewu Chen, Long Cheng, Jingxu Chen
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Men and older adults are more dependent on bike sharing systems. Besides, the trip decrease reduces user contact and increases idle bikes.  ...  Based on the trip data of bike sharing in Nanjing, China, this study analyzes the travel demand and operation management before and after the pandemic outbreak from the perspective of stations, users,  ...  ., Ltd. and Nanjing Transportation Bureau for providing the data used in this study.  ... 
arXiv:2012.02946v1 fatcat:773silaf7rda7nna2ap26grk4e

Analysis of Spatial-temporal Behavior Pattern of the Share Bike Usage during COVID-19 Pandemic in Beijing [article]

Xinwei Chai, Xian Guo, Jihua Xiao, Jie Jiang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we present a human mobility analyzing framework} based on BSS data, which examines the spatiotemporal characteristics of share bike users, detects the key time nodes of different pandemic  ...  The widely used Bike Sharing System (BSS) can characterize the activities of urban dwellers over time & space in big cities but is rarely reported in epidemiological research.  ...  Thanks to the rapid development of GIS-and IoT-based system, the 3rd-generation BSS (a.k.a freefloating/dockless BSS) emerges in China in 2015.  ... 
arXiv:2004.12340v5 fatcat:6hwei5hyx5djdp74hqj6f7ommq

Analysis of spatiotemporal mobility of shared‐bike usage during COVID‐19 pandemic in Beijing

Xinwei Chai, Xian Guo, Jihua Xiao, Jie Jiang
2021 Transactions on GIS  
The widely used bike-sharing system (BSS) could illustrate the activities of urban dwellers over time and space in big cities; however, it is rarely reported in epidemiological research.  ...  Our results demonstrate that the pandemic has reduced overall bike usage by 64.8%; however, a subsequent average increase (15.9%) in shared-bike usage has been observed, suggesting partial recovery of  ...  Kaggle organized a competition for predicting shared-bike demand (https://www.kaggle.com/c/bike-shari ng-demand) based on limited entries.  ... 
doi:10.1111/tgis.12784 pmid:34899032 pmcid:PMC8646262 fatcat:26re6gqafvatzc2ret33ev3vgi

Transportation Modeling [chapter]

Eric J. Miller
2021 The Urban Book Series  
These include changes in: travel behavior; transportation system performance; the data available for model development and application; and modeling methods.  ...  network operations and the regulation of system performance.  ...  Vehicles usually are parked at designated stations (parking lots, bike-share docking stations, etc.), but dockless systems increasingly exist, in which the car, bike, e-scooter, etc., can be left anywhere  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-8983-6_47 fatcat:nr3c27gyvjhqznw666k45khbcq

Editorial Special Issue on AI Innovations in Intelligent Transportation Systems

Tai-Hoon Kim
2022 IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems (Print)  
In [A16] , Jiang et al. propose a probabilistic-trip-based destination prediction method named P3M in the dockless bike-sharing system.  ...  P3M uses POIs as virtual docks to tackle the absence of docks and uses the statistical features of previous records to deal with sparsity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tits.2022.3152067 fatcat:w5qyxfyp7zfzjckdkhsmddvzwm

Impact of E-Scooters on Pedestrian Safety: A Field Study Using Pedestrian Crowd-Sensing [article]

Anindya Maiti, Nisha Vinayaga-Sureshkanth, Murtuza Jadliwala, Raveen Wijewickrama, Greg P. Griffin
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This first-of-its-kind work provides a preliminary blueprint on how crowd-sensed micromobility data can enable safety-related studies in urban communities.  ...  In this work, we conduct a field study to empirically investigate crowd-sensed encounter data between e-scooters and pedestrian participants on two urban university campuses over a three-month period.  ...  Depending on the vehicle form-factor and target market, service providers may offer their vehicles in either a docked or a dockless model.  ... 
arXiv:1908.05846v4 fatcat:ffln46qusvcvfflbkyhseeoaqm

Emerging transport solutions and their contributions towards sustainable rural transport systems

Sebastian Imhof
2021
Although research on emerging transport solutions and their impact on transport systems has mainly been conducted in urban areas and in the context of smart cities, knowledge of how to implement suitable  ...  With the help of the literature on socio-technical transitions, this research seeks to better understand the potentials of these emerging transport solutions for more sustainable rural transport systems  ...  The economics of regulating ride-hailing and dockless bike doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2017.03.005. share. In International transport Forum discussion papers. https://doi.org/10.1787/ 2baf35bd-en.  ... 
doi:10.48549/3132 fatcat:7ta3hrgjmjgvlbgn47pt5vnxm4