A number of innovative mobility solutions originates from the shared economy. Also in Düsseldorf. But where is the actual market share of cars, scooters and bikes on offer? How do inhabitants incorporate those services into their daily mobility patterns? And how is the current development of these services?
Various sources of passively generated data were specifically analysed for the Düsseldorf area. Comprehensive data-sets gained through web-mining and open data sources were considered. Standardised queries and scripts were used to make results comparable between operators, stations and city quarters.
Results were condensed in a compact report. Besides time-based high charts and spatial analysis of supply and demand, diurnal curves and correlation tables were important elements of the report.