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What is carpooling?
Sharing of car for a journey so that more than one person is traveling in a car
Problem statement - Carpooling is lacking publicity at the Campus Kleve
Hypothesis - By implementing a system or a platform where carpooling can be offered it will become very successful
Method: Qualitative research
3 students - driver, passenger and a random student
10 questions - adapted to each interviewee
Did you make profit or just got the petrol paid?
If you have many choices of carpooling for one route, which one would you prefer to use?
If you had the opportunity, would you prefer carpooling instead of using Student ID for public transportation?
What is your preferred transportation inside NRW?
What is your preferred transportation outside NRW?
Are you using any platforms for carpooling?
If yes – which ones?
Hypothesis - proven
Students in Campus Kleve are familiar with carpooling and looking forward to the opportunity of using carpooling not only as a mean of cheap and environmental friendly transportation, but also for establishing new connections with other students. However the absence of an unified system for carpooling in the university is making students look for this service on the public sites which provide it.
The implementation of such system specially for the university students will provide better connections between students and more reliable carpooling service than the public one.
Carpooling in Campus Kleve
Jelizaveta Sevastjanova AT 13424
Kiril Dimov IR 13330
THOUSANDS OF FRIENDSHIPS MADE ON THE ROAD (+16 WEDDINGS!)
700 MILLION LITERS OF GAS SAVED (200 M GALLONS)
65 MILLION PEOPLE TRANSPORTED1,400,000
TONS OF CARBON EMISSIONS SAVED