A Political scientist (PhD from the National School of Bridges and Roads / ENPC), he is the founder of 6t research and its director. He is also a professor at Sciences Po Paris and an associate researcher at LaTTS / ENPC. Furthermore, from 2001 to 2005, Nicolas Louvet was adjunct Head of the City, Environment and Transport studies Department at the ENPC. From 2005 to 2015, he taught at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). From 2012 to 2015, he sat on the editorial committee for the City Obervatory. Nicolas LOUVET's works focus on interaction between uses, networks, institutions and territories and are designed, in the main, to identify operational solutions to optimise existing supply. A specialist in public action, he has notably worked in France and abroad on the assessment of uses and users, on new suppliers in alternative mobility (car sharing, self-service bicycles, car pooling, electrical vehicles, chauffeur-driven vehicles, etc) as well as on building methodologies aimed at measuring and supporting behavioural changes.
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Main references by Nicolas Louvet
Autolib’ is still not profitable and perhaps it never will be
Portrait of taxi users in France [6t Panel]
6t’s presentations recap at the Intelligent Mobility 2016 Forum
A Profile of Public Transportation Passenger in France? [6t Panel]
Uber: a mobility maker?
Mobility practices among inhabitants of Atlantic regions
The impacts of Uber services on users mobility
National survey on peer-to-peer carsharing
National survey on carpooling: the case of Blablacar
What does your everyday travel habits say about you? [Quiz 6t]
The electric bike: triggering a change in mobility behavior (6t panel)
[Bordeaux Quiz] What kind of transport user are you, deep down?
How does Autolib’ users’ mobility behavior evolve overtime ? [Panel 6t]
Understanding mobility choices: the typology of transport users in the Bordeaux urban area
Autolib’: what is the impact of the service on the use of motorcycle?
Fuel poverty in vulnerable households [Emergences, issue no. 5]
Mobility within the urban project
Is residential parking back on the Paris political agenda?
“Paris subway’s lovebirds” or the art of communicating about transportation without seducing the users
Autolib’: an alternative to private cars?
The 30 axis: a necessary complement to the 30 zone?
Autolib’: an accepted competitor in the eyes of Parisians taxis?
Parking: its cost may have an effect on car use
One war carsharing: the case of Autolib’ [French Press Review]
Round-trip carsharing: all the benefits of a car, without the downsides
“Will you take the train?” Experiment on a behaviour changing incentive program
Urban Renewal projects: an outdated image of mobility?
How to encourage bicycle use in dense suburbs
Social innovation, the cornerstone of tomorrow’s mobility
Between lived experience and the image of the urban work sites: what are the solutions to promote their social acceptance?