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Car-Sharing: Where and How It Succeeds References Baum, H. and Pesch, S. (1994). Untersuchung der Eignung von Carsharing im Hinblick auf die Reduzierung von Stadtverkehrsproblemen. Bonn: Bundesminis- terium fr Verkehr. Cited in Shaheen, Sperling & Wagner (1998). Berge, Guro (1999), Bilkollektivet i Oslo. Oslo: Transportkonomisk Insti- tutt. Bonsall, Peter (2002). Car Share and Car Clubs: Potential Impacts. Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. Report prepared for DTLR and Motorists' Forum. Brook, David (1999). "So You Want to Start a Car Sharing Service?" World Transport Policy & Practice, 5(4): 202-210. 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. Cairns, Sally; Sloman, Lynn; Newson, Carey; Anable, Jillian; Kirkbride, Alistair; and Goodwin, Phil (2004). "Chapter 8. Car Clubs," in Smarter Choices Changing the Way We Travel. London: Department for Transport. Carplus (2004). Putting Cars in the Mix. Development and Impacts of Car Clubs in Rural Areas. Final Report of the Carplus National Rural Transport Partner- ship, 2001-2004. Leeds: Carplus. Accessed June 13, 2005 at www.carclubs. The Countryside Agency (2004). Rural Car Clubs. Cheltenham: The Coun- tryside Agency. Accessed June 13, 2005 at tions/articles/Publication_tcm2-21421.asp Dittmar, Hank and Poticha, Shelley (2004). "Defining Transit-Oriented Development: The New Regional Building Block," in Dittmar, Hank and Ohland, Gloria (eds), The New Transit Town: Best Practices in Transit-Oriented Development, pp 20-40. Washington, DC: Island Press. Elmore-Yalch, Rebecca (1998). TCRP Report 36: A Handbook: Using Market Segmentation to Increase Transit Ridership. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board. Grossberg, Rebecca and Newenhouse, Sonya (2002). Community Car: A New Transportation Option for Madison, Wisconsin: Carsharing Feasibility Study. Madison Environmental Group, Inc., September 2002. Page 3-43

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