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Real-time Ridesharing
Published: 2015/07/09
Channel: Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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La'Zooz Demo: New Real-Time Ridesharing Feature
Published: 2015/06/27
Channel: La`Zooz
Cabipool - Realtime Ridesharing!
Cabipool - Realtime Ridesharing!
Published: 2016/01/06
Channel: Cabipool
Real-time ridesharing
Real-time ridesharing
Published: 2014/11/06
Channel: Audiopedia
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La'Zooz Real Time Ridesharing alpha demo
Published: 2015/09/29
Channel: La`Zooz
Renegade Ridesharing Part 2 - People Behaving Badly In-Depth
Renegade Ridesharing Part 2 - People Behaving Badly In-Depth
Published: 2016/05/26
Channel: TVman1981
Via’s Daniel Ramot on Pooled Ride Sharing
Via’s Daniel Ramot on Pooled Ride Sharing
Published: 2016/05/10
Channel: TechCrunch
La`Zooz - Social Ridesharing
La`Zooz - Social Ridesharing
Published: 2015/06/01
Channel: La`Zooz
[Wikipedia] Real-time ridesharing
[Wikipedia] Real-time ridesharing
Published: 2017/03/04
Channel: WikiTubia
BuzzJourney. Real Time Ride Sharing Made Simple
BuzzJourney. Real Time Ride Sharing Made Simple
Published: 2012/03/06
Channel: BuzzJourney
VIA - the Upscale Ride Sharing App  video for 5-1-16
VIA - the Upscale Ride Sharing App video for 5-1-16
Published: 2016/05/03
Channel: Patti Honacki
Real-Time City-Scale Taxi Ridesharing
Real-Time City-Scale Taxi Ridesharing
Published: 2015/12/23
Channel: finalsemprojects
Shared Mobility: „VIA“ – innovative ridesharing
Shared Mobility: „VIA“ – innovative ridesharing
Published: 2016/09/23
Channel: Mercedes-Benz Vans
What is Ridesharing?
What is Ridesharing?
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: RideGuru
G-Ride | A real-time ride sharing platform for IT professionals in kerala
G-Ride | A real-time ride sharing platform for IT professionals in kerala
Published: 2017/06/13
Channel: GTech India
Ride sharing
Ride sharing
Published: 2017/04/17
Channel: Zoplay
The Truth About Ridesharing
The Truth About Ridesharing
Published: 2014/07/15
Channel: AndrevvTube
REAL TIME CITY SCALE TAXI RIDESHARING
REAL TIME CITY SCALE TAXI RIDESHARING
Published: 2015/10/30
Channel: spiroprojects
Ridesharing
Ridesharing
Published: 2017/03/20
Channel: WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY
Real time taxi ride sharing and car pooling
Real time taxi ride sharing and car pooling
Published: 2016/04/18
Channel: deepak B Raj
BuzzJourney Real Time Ride Sharing
BuzzJourney Real Time Ride Sharing
Published: 2012/03/05
Channel: BuzzJourney
Fun ride sharing
Fun ride sharing
Published: 2015/10/15
Channel: se★ki
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BTF - La'Zooz - Real Time Social Ridesharing App
Published: 2015/07/10
Channel: UPHIGH Productions
ECO12 Berlin: Klaus Dibbern Flinc Realtime Ride Sharing
ECO12 Berlin: Klaus Dibbern Flinc Realtime Ride Sharing
Published: 2012/10/18
Channel: ecosummitTV
UBER: REAL MONEY, REAL PAYOUTS, REALITY OF RIDESHARING
UBER: REAL MONEY, REAL PAYOUTS, REALITY OF RIDESHARING
Published: 2014/08/28
Channel: Uber Man
What Uber (and Taxi) Drivers Think About the Politics of Ride Sharing
What Uber (and Taxi) Drivers Think About the Politics of Ride Sharing
Published: 2015/08/10
Channel: ReasonTV
Ridesharing
Ridesharing
Published: 2015/08/06
Channel: The Following Productions
Pikup - Social and real-time carpooling
Pikup - Social and real-time carpooling
Published: 2015/12/11
Channel: Pikup
Renegade Ride-sharing People Behaving Badly Part1  In-Depth
Renegade Ride-sharing People Behaving Badly Part1 In-Depth
Published: 2016/05/26
Channel: TVman1981
UBER - The Real Cost and Profitability of Ridesharing
UBER - The Real Cost and Profitability of Ridesharing
Published: 2015/01/17
Channel: Uber Man
The War on Ridesharing
The War on Ridesharing
Published: 2014/08/16
Channel: Manhattan Institute
COPENHAGEN - Århus - Odense realtime ridesharing
COPENHAGEN - Århus - Odense realtime ridesharing
Published: 2013/03/23
Channel: Liselotte Lyngsø
goSono: Ridesharing with the SION
goSono: Ridesharing with the SION
Published: 2017/07/27
Channel: SONO MOTORS
California OKs ride-sharing regulations
California OKs ride-sharing regulations
Published: 2013/09/19
Channel: Los Angeles Times
Ridesharing headed to WNY
Ridesharing headed to WNY
Published: 2017/04/10
Channel: WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY
Cab Drivers Hate It, Entrepreneurs Embrace It: The Rideshare Revolution
Cab Drivers Hate It, Entrepreneurs Embrace It: The Rideshare Revolution
Published: 2014/10/10
Channel: The Daily Signal
Real Time City Scale Taxi Ridesharing
Real Time City Scale Taxi Ridesharing
Published: 2015/06/23
Channel: IEEE Projects Chennai Kodambakkam Anna Nagar Ashok Nagar
New ride-sharing service popping up across country
New ride-sharing service popping up across country
Published: 2017/01/24
Channel: WSB-TV
Uber Drivers Talk About Ridesharing in Michigan
Uber Drivers Talk About Ridesharing in Michigan
Published: 2016/05/13
Channel: Mackinac Center
Funke Ridesharing
Funke Ridesharing
Published: 2017/04/28
Channel: Senator Funke
Need a Lyft? Mobile Welcomes Another Ride-Sharing Service
Need a Lyft? Mobile Welcomes Another Ride-Sharing Service
Published: 2017/03/23
Channel: WKRG
MERRYTRIPS - Ride Sharing Community
MERRYTRIPS - Ride Sharing Community
Published: 2015/10/11
Channel: MERRYTRIPS
Google vs. Uber: The Future of Ride Sharing
Google vs. Uber: The Future of Ride Sharing
Published: 2015/02/05
Channel: Bloomberg
What Is A Ride Sharing Service?
What Is A Ride Sharing Service?
Published: 2017/06/27
Channel: SS Health Tips
WARP RIDESHARING - New Ridesharing for Austin
WARP RIDESHARING - New Ridesharing for Austin
Published: 2016/04/25
Channel: Warp Ridesharing
Mi Commute - Ridesharing
Mi Commute - Ridesharing
Published: 2011/04/20
Channel: MichiganDOT
What Is A Ride Sharing Company?
What Is A Ride Sharing Company?
Published: 2017/06/27
Channel: SS Health Tips
Uber ridesharing service in controversy over liability and compliance
Uber ridesharing service in controversy over liability and compliance
Published: 2014/03/26
Channel: CBS This Morning
Trunk - The Latest Ridesharing Innovation! Move over Uber!
Trunk - The Latest Ridesharing Innovation! Move over Uber!
Published: 2014/08/25
Channel: EffinFunny
Research, Practice and Future Directions of Dynamic Ridesharing
Research, Practice and Future Directions of Dynamic Ridesharing
Published: 2013/06/04
Channel: USC Price
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Real-time ridesharing (also known as instant ridesharing, dynamic ridesharing, ad-hoc ridesharing, on-demand ridesharing, and dynamic carpooling) is a service that arranges one-time shared rides on very short notice.[1] This type of carpooling generally makes use of three recent technological advances:[2]

  • GPS navigation devices to determine a driver's route and arrange the shared ride
  • Smartphones for a traveler to request a ride from wherever they happen to be
  • Social networks to establish trust and accountability between drivers and passengers

These elements are coordinated through a network service, which can instantaneously handle the driver payments and match rides using an optimization algorithm.

Like carpooling, real-time ridesharing is promoted as a way to better utilize the empty seats in most passenger cars, thus lowering fuel usage and transport costs. It can serve areas not covered by a public transit system and act as a transit feeder service. Ridesharing is also capable of serving one-time trips, not only recurrent commute trips or scheduled trips.[3]

In the early 2010s, several transportation network companies were introduced that were advertised as ridesharing, but in fact dispatched commercial operators similar to a taxi service. The first such service to appear on the market was the San Francisco based company Sidecar (launched in 2011).[4] Transportation experts have called these services "ridesourcing" to clarify that drivers do not share a destination with their passengers; the app simply outsources rides to commercial drivers.[5]

"Ridesharing" has been controversial, variously criticized as lacking adequate regulation, insurance, licensure, and training. One of the main so-called ridesharing (but actually ridesourcing) firms, Uber, has been banned in major cities such as Frankfurt, Barcelona, Vancouver, Buffalo and a number of other cities around the world.[6] Opposition may also come from taxi companies and public transit operators,[3] because they are seen as unfair and unregulated alternatives.[7]

Potential market[edit]

A 2010 survey at the University of California, Berkeley found 20% of respondents willing to use real-time ridesharing at least once a week; and real-time ridesharing was more popular among current drive-alone commuters (30%) than transit or non-motorized commuters.[8] The top obstacles to using real-time ridesharing were short trip lengths and the added time of ride logistics.[8]

Implementation[edit]

Early real-time ridesharing projects began in the 1990s, but they faced obstacles such as the need to develop a user network and a convenient means of communication.[9] Gradually the means of arranging the ride shifted from telephone to internet, email, and smartphone; and user networks were developed around major employers and universities.[10] As of 2006, the goal of taxi-like responsiveness still generally eluded the industry; "next day" responsiveness was considered the state of the art.[11] More recently taxi-sharing systems that accept taxi passengers’ real-time ride requests via smartphones have been proposed and studied.[12]

A number of technology companies based in San Francisco premiered apps for real-time ridesharing around 2012. However, in the fall of 2012, the California Public Utilities Commission issued a cease and desist letter to rideshare companies Lyft, Uber, Wingz, and Sidecar, and fined each $20,000.[13] In 2013 an agreement was reached reversing those actions,[14] creating a new category of service called "Transportation Network Companies" to cover both real-time and scheduled ride-sharing companies.[15] Transportation Network Companies have faced regulatory opposition in many other cities, including Los Angeles,[16][17] Chicago,[18] New York City,[19] and Washington, D.C.[20]

Two dynamic ridesharing pilots in Norway received government funds from Transnova in 2011. One pilot in Bergen had 31 passenger in private cars during one day. Thirty-nine users acted as drivers or passengers between June 30 and September 15 with four ridesharing episodes or more. The phone apps that was used was Avego Driver[21] and HentMEG.no cell client,[22] a prototype developed for the NPRA of Norway. The other pilot is run by the company Sharepool.[23]

Some more advanced real-time ridesharing features have been proposed but not implemented. For example, longer trips might be facilitated using "multihop" matches in which passengers change cars to reach their final destination.

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Amey, A., J. Attanucci, and R. Mishalani. "'Real-Time' Ridesharing – The Opportunities and Challenges of Utilizing Mobile Phone Technology to Improve Rideshare Services." TRB Annual Meeting, 2011.
  2. ^ Ecosummit TV – ECO11 – Young Future Mobility Leaders – Panel - ECOSUMMIT - Smart Green Economy Network and Conference
  3. ^ a b Levofsky, Amber and Allen Greenberg. "ORGANIZED DYNAMIC RIDE SHARING: THE POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS AND THE OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCING THE CONCEPT." Transportation Research Board, 2001.
  4. ^ Said, Carolyn. "Ride-sharing pioneer Sidecar to shut down ride, delivery service". SF Gate. 
  5. ^ Rayle, L., S. Shaheen, N. Chan, D. Dai, and R. Cervero. App-Based, On-Demand Ride Services: Comparing Taxi and Ridesourcing Trips and User Characteristics in San Francisco. University of California Transportation Center, 2014.
  6. ^ Jeff John Roberts (12 April 2016). "These 5 Famous Cities Still Don't Have Uber". Fortune. Retrieved 22 July 2016. 
  7. ^ Brooks, Jon (7 November 2013). "Will ‘Ride Sharing’ Kill San Francisco’s Taxi Industry?". KQED. Retrieved 19 December 2013. 
  8. ^ a b Elizabeth Deakin, Karen Trapenberg Frick, and Kevin Shively. 2012. "Dynamic Ridesharing." Access, 40: 23-28.
  9. ^ Dynamicridesharing.org
  10. ^ Chan, Nelson and Susan Shaheen. "Ridesharing in North America: Past, Present, and Future." Transportation Research Board, 2010.
  11. ^ United States Department of Transportation. "ADVANCED PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS: THE STATE OF THE ART UPDATE 2006."
  12. ^ Ma, S., Zheng, Y., Wolfson, O., "Real-Time City-Scale Taxi Ridesharing", IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, vol. 27, pp 1782-1795, 2015
  13. ^ Tomio Geron, Forbes Staff (28 January 2013). "Tickengo's Willie Brown Wants Revenue Cap For Ride-Sharing Drivers". Forbes. Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  14. ^ Lawler, Ryan (31 Jan 2013). "A Day After Cutting A Deal With Lyft, California Regulator Reaches An Agreement With Uber As Well". TechCrunch. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  15. ^ Geron, Tomio (9 Sep 2013). "California Becomes First State To Regulate Ridesharing Services [Lyft], Sidecar, UberX". Forbes. Retrieved 23 Oct 2013. 
  16. ^ Tuttle, Brad (27 Jun 2013). "Rideshare Battle Shifts to L.A.: City Tells Uber, Lyft, SideCar to Stop Picking Up Riders". Time Magazine. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  17. ^ Rodriguez, Salvador (2 Jul 2013). "Lyft expands to San Diego amid cease-and-desist order in Los Angeles". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  18. ^ "Uber Sued By Taxi And Livery Companies In Chicago For Consumer Fraud And More". TechCrunch. October 5, 2012. Retrieved October 6, 2012. 
  19. ^ Uber shuts down New York City taxi beta, may see light at the end of the (Lincoln) tunnel in February (update: TLC responds) - Engadget
  20. ^ Greene, David (January 31, 2012). "Upstart Car Service Butts Heads With D.C.'s Taxis". NPR. 
  21. ^ Avego Ltd
  22. ^ HentMEG.no website
  23. ^ Sharepool website (Norwegian)

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