Date of Award
Master of Science
Ruey L. Cheu
This Thesis assesses the role of ridesourcing as a mode of first and last mile transport. Review of ridesourcing and taxi business models has been provided as well as a comparative review of laws and regulations regarding ridesourcing and taxi. A potential accessibility gravity based model and logit mode choice model have been applied to compare ridesourcing with other possible modes for first and last mile transport that serve a transit station in Prague, Czech Republic and a transit station in El Paso, Texas. Based on the results, recommendations for ridesourcing companies and local authorities and transportation systems managers are provided.
Received from ProQuest
Hoblík, David, "Comparisons of Accessibility to Public Transit Stations by Ridesourcing and Its Competitors" (2018). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 1452.