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dc.contributor.authorBistaffa, Filippoes_ES
dc.contributor.authorBlum, Christianes_ES
dc.contributor.authorCerquides, Jesúses_ES
dc.contributor.authorFarinelli, Alessandroes_ES
dc.contributor.authorRodríguez-Aguilar, Juan Antonioes_ES
dc.identifier.citationIEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systemses_ES
dc.description.abstractPeer-to-peer ridesharing enables people to arrange one-time rides with their own private cars, without the involvement of professional drivers. It is a prominent collective intelligence application producing significant benefits both for individuals (reduced costs) and for the entire community (reduced pollution and traffic). Despite these very promising potential advantages, the percentage of users who currently adopt ridesharing solutions is very low, well below the adoption rate required to achieve said benefits. One of the reasons of this insufficient engagement by the public is the lack of effective incentive policies by regulatory authorities, who are not able to estimate the costs and the benefits of a given ridesharing adoption policy. Here we address these issues by (i) developing a novel algorithm that makes large-scale, real-time peer-topeer ridesharing technologically feasible; and (ii) exhaustively quantifying the impact of different ridesharing scenarios in terms of environmental benefits (i.e., reduction of CO2 emissions, noise pollution, and traffic congestion) and quality of service for the users. Our analysis on a real-world dataset shows that major societal benefits are expected from deploying peer-to-peer ridesharing depending on the trade-off between environmental benefits and quality of service. Results on a real-world dataset show that our approach can produce reductions up to a 70.78% in CO2 emissions and up to 80.08% in traffic congestion.es_ES
dc.titleA Computational Approach to Quantify the Benefits of Ridesharing for Policy Makers and Travellerses_ES
dc.description.peerreviewedPeer reviewedes_ES
dc.contributor.funderEuropean Commissiones_ES
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