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Shared Mobility Practices and Imaginaries:  A Case Study Analysis of the Amsterdam BuurtHub Project

Shared Mobility Practices and Imaginaries: A Case Study Analysis of the Amsterdam BuurtHub Project

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Shared mobility is often seen as a promising solution to urban mobility problems; however, the practice of using shared mobility is still considered a niche. This research examines the practices behind shared mobility through the lens of the three-element model of social practice
theory, supplemented by the concept of sociotechnical imaginaries.

Through a focus on the Amsterdam BuurtHub project, it aims to uncover in what ways users’ practices, meanings, and sociotechnical imaginaries change when using shared mobility technologies. The findings of this research indicate that shared mobility practices vary from ʻpersonal’ mobility practices on several levels. We also see that current users are not necessarily the user group that would have the most significant impact on making mobility more sustainable. Furthermore, significant overlap in the future visions of users and other stakeholders has been noted. These insights are valuable as they demonstrate challenges and opportunities for shared mobility as a driving force in the transition towards more sustainable mobility.

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