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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
Ridesharing or carpooling, is useful to decreasing the number of vehicles on roadways. While the U.S. Department of Transportation promotes ridesharing, private companies are usually responsible for implementing and managing programs<ref>Hwang, Keith; & Giuliano, Genevieve. (1990). The Determinants of Ridesharing: Literature Review. UC Berkeley: University of California Transportation Center.</ref>
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Ridesharing or carpooling, decreases the number of vehicles on roadways when individuals share a vehicle with one or more individuals on a commute. While the U.S. Department of Transportation promotes ridesharing, private companies are usually responsible for implementing and managing programs<ref name="Determinants">Hwang, Keith; & Giuliano, Genevieve. (1990). The Determinants of Ridesharing: Literature Review. UC Berkeley: University of California Transportation Center.</ref>
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== Factors that influence Ridesharing ==
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Individuals choose to participate in ridesharing based on time, distance, convinience, household characteristics, and the availability of the automobile. Based on this, individuals <ref name="Determinants" />
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Revision as of 00:57, 28 February 2014

Introduction

Ridesharing or carpooling, decreases the number of vehicles on roadways when individuals share a vehicle with one or more individuals on a commute. While the U.S. Department of Transportation promotes ridesharing, private companies are usually responsible for implementing and managing programs[1]

Factors that influence Ridesharing

Individuals choose to participate in ridesharing based on time, distance, convinience, household characteristics, and the availability of the automobile. Based on this, individuals [1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hwang, Keith; & Giuliano, Genevieve. (1990). The Determinants of Ridesharing: Literature Review. UC Berkeley: University of California Transportation Center.

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