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2. Identification of Indicators for Shared e-Mobility Plan in a Tier-Ii City: A Case of Bhopal

verfasst von : Pandey Satvik, Ahmed Seemi

Erschienen in: Infrastructure and Built Environment for Sustainable and Resilient Societies

Verlag: Springer Nature Singapore

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Abstract

Electric Vehicle (EV) usage is being taken as one of the solutions for reducing the problem of emissions from the transport sector. In order to promote EV adoption, Governments (Govts.) all over the world are preparing several policies so as to incentivize more number of consumers to opt for EVs as their new choice of transport. Researchers and policymakers have also pointed out that the introduction of EVs in the public mode of transport can reduce such emissions to a high extent. In case of India, introduction of e-Buses in Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS) in Bhopal, Agra, etc. are some of the steps toward electrifying the public transport system. Similar to this, the Govt. has also proposed to introduce the shared e-mobility in Bhopal, under the smart city mission. This proposal calls for establishing several docking stations from where people can rent an e-moped and travel to any location where they can dock the vehicle and complete their trip. In most of the Western countries, such proposals are implemented by the business community. In this research paper, we have tried to identify some of the crucial indicators which impact the location of such docking stations and set up a methodology, which takes into consideration public preferences as priority for such allocations.

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Metadaten
Titel
Identification of Indicators for Shared e-Mobility Plan in a Tier-Ii City: A Case of Bhopal
verfasst von
Pandey Satvik
Ahmed Seemi
Copyright-Jahr
2024
Verlag
Springer Nature Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-1503-9_2