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A Study on New Mobility Services and Sustainable Urban Development

Abstract : This study considers methods for connecting new mobility services with regional issues by analyzing the process of recent urban projects in which new mobility services were introduced. In the context of global environmental changes, private sectors have developed various innovative services, which are now moving from the experimental to the operational phase. To promote their utilization, these services must be adapted to regional issues and contexts. Simultaneously, at the regional level, local societies face various challenges to improve their citizens’ quality of life. To address the regional issues, local governments or other institutions attempt to construct necessary urban facilities and offer new urban services to citizens by creating sustainable urban space. Considering these dynamics, this research hypothesizes that the organizations governing urban projects play a vital role in promoting the utilization of new mobility services. This study focuses on three case studies of sustainable urban district projects in France and Japan, in which new mobility services were introduced, and analyzes the process of these urban projects, which determined that the project organizer or land owner, who creates the concept of urban space to respond the regional needs, plays a key role in the introduction and implementation of new services. Additionally, the project organizers are categorized into different types based on the local historical urban project scheme in each country. To promote their utilization, it is important to consider these services as a tool for realizing urban project aims, including both global environmental issues and regional issues. Moreover, the urban project process and management system must allow the service provider to participate in the urban project during the initial phase of the urban space design and to review the actual condition of service utilization during the management phase.
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Ai Nishimura. A Study on New Mobility Services and Sustainable Urban Development. 2019. ⟨hal-02152751⟩



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