The research unit Transport System Planning (IVS) is concerned in teaching and research with transport, mobility and logistics in the context of spatial development as well as with interactions with social, technological and economic aspects. Our basic understanding integrates the demand- and supply-oriented perspective. Our research activities focus on social and technical innovations in the field of mobility and transport. The IVS can draw on a broad range of methodological expertise, ranging from quantitative and qualitative methods of social research and transport modelling to economic and ecological evaluation methods applied in complex research designs.

survey GECAR | gender-sensitive e-car sharing

Take part in our survey on gender-sensitive e-car sharing (GECAR)!

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Within the framework of our research project "GECAR - Gender-sensitive e-car sharing, opens an external URL in a new window", we are currently conducting a survey on individual usage behaviour in the mobility sector with regard to social roles and motivations of non-users.

We are particularly interested in the gender component. To date, (e-)car sharing services are mainly used by men. Accordingly, the systems are primarily adapted to meet the needs of male participants. Our research project addresses this issue. What positive as well as negative experiences have different groups had with (e-)car sharing?

For a sustainable mobility of the future, a fundamental shift in car use is inevitable! Help us actively improve the mobility services offered!

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