Gautier Jacquemain

Gautier Jacquemain

A political scientist (Masters from Sciences Po Paris), and a specialist in urban public action. His works are focused on a better acknowledgement of user behaviour and expectations by transport public policies, as well as by private transport suppliers. At 6t, he carries out, on the one hand, usage analyses through quantitative and qualitative surveys, especially on emerging modes of transport (car sharing, chauffered- vehicles, electrically-assisted bicycles, etc). Meanwhile, he also supports public and private bodies in the development of transport outlines and supplies, which take into account economic feasibility, social acceptability and environmental sustainability issues.

Contact : gautier.jacquemain@6t.fr

Main references by Gautier Jacquemain

15/12/2016

Autolib’ is still not profitable and perhaps it never will be

22/10/2015

Uber: a mobility maker?

25/09/2015

The impacts of Uber services on users mobility

15/09/2015

National survey on peer-to-peer carsharing

04/02/2015

The electric bike: triggering a change in mobility behavior (6t panel)

05/12/2014

How does Autolib’ users’ mobility behavior evolve overtime ? [Panel 6t]

30/07/2014

Autolib’: what is the impact of the service on the use of motorcycle?

06/06/2014

“Paris subway’s lovebirds” or the art of communicating about transportation without seducing the users

30/05/2014

Autolib’: an alternative to private cars?

19/05/2014

One war carsharing: the case of Autolib’ [French Press Review]

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