Christine Celsor's research while affiliated with Stanford University and other places

Publications (2)

Article
A tool to assess the market potential for new carsharing operations in urban communities is examined and applied. The research is based on the analysis conducted for TCRP Report 108: Carsharing: Where and How It Succeeds. Geographic market segments in urban areas are analyzed. A geographic information system (GIS)–based analysis of 13 U.S. regions...

Citations

... The positive effects of sharing means of transport are particularly visible in reducing congestion in medium-sized and large cities, especially where traffic participants use a passenger car together. There are many known vehicle sharing methods, including: carpooling [12 -14]; carsharing [15][16][17]; ridesharing [18], [19]. The essence of carpooling has been describedamong others -in the works [12], [20], [21]. ...
... However, researchers soon discovered that the characteristics of user behavior were significant to topics studied in the previous works because behavior patterns may explain some system operation problems from the root itself. Several researchers, for example, Nobis (2006), Millard-Ball (2006), Celsor and Millard-Ball (2007), Morency (2008), and Khandlker M. et al (2011 analyzed users' behavior patterns, and they all considered it as an important factor determining the success of the car-sharing system operation. ...