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Shared Mobility constitutes any mode of transportation that is shared by users on need basis. It includes the simultaneous use of an asset like buses & mass transit, or the independent use of shared assets like app-based 2, 3, 4-wheelers, regardless of asset ownership. Shared mobility services can be provided by vehicles registered for commercial use (such as taxis, auto rickshaws and buses) or for personal use, as allowed by the regulatory ecosystem.
In case data for Annual Vehicle Kilometres Travelled (VKTs) is not available, it can be estimated using one of the following ways:
Average Trip Length and Number of trips –
Annual VKTs = Avg. Trip Length x No. of trips x 365 x No. of buses
Average route length, Number of vehicles & route frequency for eg. in case of buses, ferries and shared vehicles following the same daily route –
Annual VKTs = Avg. route length x No. of buses x route frequency x 365
Average daily vehicle kilometres travelled (VKTs) and Number of vehicles –
Annual VKTs = Daily avg. VKTs (per day, per vehicle) x Number of vehicles x 365
Total daily vehicle kilometres travelled (VKTs) by vehicular fleet –
Annual VKTs = Daily avg. VKTs (per day, vehicular fleet) x 365