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Future of transport: Deliberative Research

30 Aug 2021

Explores the attitudes people have towards new forms of mobility and how to change those attitudes and behaviours.

The research aimed to understand:

  • perceptions of the safety and security of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV), particularly the minimum safety requirements and assurances needed for public trust
  • the role of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in encouraging the uptake of more sustainable travel behaviour
  • perceptions of shared mobility services, particularly ride sharing and shared transport, as well as exploring the barriers and incentives to promote shared mobility in a post-coronavirus (COVID-19) environment

Data tables from the transport survey completed during the research period are included.

The findings from this research will be used in future policies including connected and automated vehicle safety and the Future of Transport programme.

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