What analysis, if any, has Transport for London conducted or studied regarding modal shift and shared mobility methods of travel (i.e. what percentage of trips taken via different shared mobility methods would otherwise have been taken by walking, cycling, public transport or private vehicles)?
Transport for London (TfL) has not specifically analysed this. The annual TfL Travel in London reports provide top level summaries of mode shift trends, insights into what is driving them and developments affecting them.
TfL is aware of industry-led demand studies for car clubs and is working closely with the three operators taking part in the e-scooter trial in London (Dott, Lime and TIER) to examine the available data points on mode shift, ensuring findings are representative and robust. TfL intends to include these findings in its published trial evaluation report after the trial finishes.