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SMART Mobility - Mobility Decision Science Capstone Report

DescriptionThe U.S. Department of Energy’s Systems and Modeling for Accelerated Research in Transportation (SMART) Mobility Consortium is a multiyear, multi-laboratory collaborative, managed by the Energy Efficient Mobility Systems Program of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Vehicle Technologies Office, dedicated to further understanding the energy implications and opportunities of advanced mobility technologies and services. The first three-year research phase of SMART Mobility occurred from 2017 through 2019, and included five research pillars: Connected and Automated Vehicles, Mobility Decision Science, Multi-Modal Freight, Urban Science, and Advanced Fueling Infrastructure. A sixth research thrust integrated aspects of all five pillars to develop a SMART Mobility Modeling Workflow to evaluate new transportation technologies and services at scale. This report summarizes the work of the Mobility Decision Science Pillar. The Mobility Decision Science Pillar sought to fill gaps in existing knowledge about the human role in the mobility system including travel decision-making and technology adoption in the context of future mobility. The objective was to study how underlying preferences, needs, and contextual factors might constrain or hasten future transportation system scenarios. For information about the other Pillars and about the SMART Mobility Modeling Workflow, please refer to the relevant pillar’s Capstone Report.
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Product TypeReport/Plans
Num of Pages76
Document SizePDF 3.0 MB
First Received8/25/2020 4:42:56 PM
Program NameVehicle Technologies Office
KeywordsEnergy Efficient Mobility Systems, Vehicle Technologies Office, Mobility Decision Science Capstone Report, Systems and Modeling for Accelerated Research in Transportation (SMART) Mobility Consortium
Print Date7/31/2020 12:00:00 AM
Product ID8262
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