Data underlying the research of Shared Micromobility, Shared by Everyone?

doi: 10.4121/131bb791-9e8d-4e7b-bf59-f30026c6639c.v1
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doi: 10.4121/131bb791-9e8d-4e7b-bf59-f30026c6639c
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van Damme, Julie; Pudane, Baiba; Duives, Dorine; van Oort, Niels (2023): Data underlying the research of Shared Micromobility, Shared by Everyone?. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset.
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Previously, little research had been done about the non-users of shared micromobility. An exploratory research was conducted to identify reasons why individuals did not use shared micromobility, such as shared mopeds and bikes. During this research, a survey was carried out to collect data about the non-users.

The survey was conducted in four neighborhoods: Bijlmer Centrum, Museumkwartier, Volewijk, and Houthavens in Amsterdam. To collect a diverse range of socio-demographic profiles, people were approached in public spaces using a face-to-face interviewing technique. In a short survey, respondents were asked a maximum of 15 questions. A total of 50 people were surveyed with an equal distribution across the four locations.

The first section consisted of open questions that were asked to the respondents about the (non) usage of shared micromobility. With the respondent's permission, the survey was audio recorded so that the answers could be transcribed and anonymized afterward. The second section consisted of multiple-choice and closed-ended questions designed to identify various non-user groups.

The dataset features the results of a thematic analysis conducted on the responses collected from non-users of shared micromobility. This analysis categorizes the respondents' phrases into codes, sub-themes and themes, resulting in a clearer and more transparent analysis process. 

  • 2023-04-14 first online, published, posted
associated peer-reviewed publication
Shared Micromobility, Shared by Everyone?
TU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Department of Engineering Systems and Services


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