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10-05-2021 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

International Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems Research 2/2021

A Literature Review on Interactions Between Stakeholders Through Accessibility Indicators Under Mobility as a Service Context

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Hoang Duy PHAM, Tetsuo Shimizu, Truong Van NGUYEN
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Abstract

This study aims to explore accessibility indicators influencing the interactions between users, transport service providers (TSPs), and a platform operator, generating a conceptual framework for modeling these interactions under Mobility as a Service context. A systematic literature review was conducted to identify all studies focusing on indicators and modeling the interactions. There are limitations in integrating psychological indicators and dynamic pricing into the existing models. Moreover, there are gaps in considering monthly service packages, the efficiency of transport systems, and the perspectives of the TSPs for modeling the demand–supply interactions. The study ends with conclusions, discussions, and directions for further studies.
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