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Car clubs and car share
Making the car more compatible with current transport, housing and planning strategies

Date Of Conference: 3/6/2023

Car clubs give access to a locally based rental car for people in residential areas or commercial contexts. Neighbourhood or work-based car stations provide short-term access to cars for periods as brief as one hour. The benefits are easily identifiable with none of the extra cost of normal ownership while keeping the flexibility and convenience of its usage.
Topics discussed: The definition of car clubs and what they aim to achieve, best practice examples from the UK, how to integrate a successful car club into new developments, strategies to reduce car use in urban areas, how to manage the UK national fleet of cars more effectively, methods of integrating cars clubs into the transport network.

Format: A4
Our Ref No: CO103
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