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The trend of growing interest in alternative urban transportation modes continues. Today’s urban transportation infrastructure is often used to capacity and thus suffers from inefficiency. There is need for innovative and sustainable mobility to better use existing infrastructure. Moreover, new mobility concepts should satisfy the requirements of recently changing mobility needs of people while ensuring the viability of urban transportation and living. In this domain, SMS such as BSS or car sharing systems (CSS) have become more and more popular in recent years offering vehicles for collaborative use. Despite the great popularity, a common definition distinguishing shared mobility from traditional transportation services is lacking. However, understanding the characteristics of SMS and mobility behavior of users is essential in order to support the reliable provision of service. In particular, modeling mobility behavior in SMS requires a thorough understanding of mobility itself.
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