“Human factors of digitalized mobility forms and services” new ETRR topical collection

In the light of pressing challenges like  climate change, urban congestion, local pollution and traffic safety, there are numerous efforts aiming at reducing car traffic and shifting road users to more sustainable forms of mobility. Digitalization and technology developments offer new opportunities to support this development but may also result in rebound effects.

In this topical collection, Alexandra Millonig (from ECTRI Member AIT Austrian Institute of Technology) and Sonja Haustein bring together five studies that cover a wide range of approaches to grasp the Human Factors affecting the use and impact of new mobility forms and services. Gained insights support the user-centred design of new services to enable sustainable behavior shifts.

Editorial and articles are available here in open access: https://lnkd.in/djtz53y

The ETRR is a open access journal created and supported by ECTRI since 2008.