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Car-Sharing: Where and How It Succeeds References Brook, David (2004). Carsharing Start Up Issues and New Operational Models. Paper presented at Transportation Research Board 83rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2004. City CarShare (2005). Bringing Car-Sharing to Your Community. San Fran- cisco: City CarShare. Available at www.citycarshare.org/download/CCS_ BCCtYC_Long.pdf. Fishman, Leslie and Wabe, J. Stuart (1969). "Restructuring the Form of Car Ownership: A Proposed Solution to the Problem of the Motor Car in the United Kingdom." Transportation Research, 3(4): 429-442. Page 1-5