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LANDSIDE

AUTHOR Tom Rossbach, Jessica Wyatt

WILL PEER-TO-PEER CAR SHARING BE THE

Next Disruptor?

Car sharing has created another layer of ground
transportation questions and issues for airports in
North America.
OVER THE last ten years, the sharing economy has
grown exponentially, making many services more
accessible, affordable and convenient through
digital technologies that provide many services
on-demand.
Uber and Lyft innovated the
rideshare industry formerly dominated
by taxicabs and airport shuttle services.
Air BNB disrupted the hotel industry
by giving vacationers options and
homeowners the ability to make extra
income. If regulatory agency, industry
and legislative opposition is a sign of the
next innovative transportation mobility
disrupter, then we all need to learn more
about Peer-to-Peer (P2P) car sharing

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
THOMAS ROSSBACH

Thomas Rossbach, AIA, ACI s is national
aviation practice consultant and vice
president for HNTB. He provides strategic
direction for projects within the national
aviation market and has nearly 35 years
of terminal planning, design, and airport
P3 development experience. He can be
reached at trossbach@hntb.com.

JESSICA WYATT
Jessica Wyatt serves as HNTB's national
aviation planning sector leader and has
24 years of experience in transportation
and airport facilities planning. She
has worked at more than 35 airports
across the country and is an industry
leader in airport ground transportation
and landside facilities planning and
operational analysis. In recent years,
Wyatt has been studying the influences
of newer TNC services, emerging services such as Peer-to-peer
car sharing, and the dawning of autonomous technology. She
can be contacted at jwyatt@HNTB.com.

and its potential future impacts on
airports everywhere.
The concept for peer-to-peer
sharing is already prominent in housing,
boating and lending industries. Applying
this strategy to personal vehicles by
using a simple platform where an owner
can list their vehicle, set the price and
arrange transfer of the keys is like a
Craigslist ad for sharing cars. TURO,
GetAround and Avail are the U.S.
leaders in P2P car sharing, innovating
how your neighbor, visitors and
vacationers choose to travel. Vehicles are
available via an app as needed, without
the expense and responsibilities of car
ownership and as an alternative to
traditional car rental services.

Sharing Around the
World
TURO, the market leader, operates in
every state but New York, 56 countries,
5,500 cities including the U.S., Canada,
the UK and Germany. Getaround
operates in 300 cities, seven countries
and according to the latest numbers,
boasts 5 million users.
A recent study by Frost & Sullivan
found more than one million car share
users began using this new technology
between 2010 and 2011. By 2017, the
study tracked 10 million P2P users and

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the authors predict by 2025, the numbers
will reach 36 million. Western Europe
leads this market, followed by the U.S.
Airports, cities and states face challenges
to regulation, implementation and
consumer protection.

Legislating This New
Technology
The research from the National
Conference of State Legislatures shows
eight states approved P2P car sharing
legislation in the last decade. California,
Colorado, Indiana, Maine, Maryland,
Ohio, Oregon and Washington all built
frameworks specific to address this
unique transportation system. In West
Virginia, the state legislature approved a
feasibility study and will be voting on the
results of that study this session.
The majority of states who passed
legislation, require minimum insurance
liability coverage at three or more times
the coverage required for a private
vehicle while the remaining three states
allowed the minimum coverage to be
equal to that of a private vehicle.
Half of those states required vehicles
to have complied with all safety recall
failures. Airports in Colorado, Maryland
and Ohio required concession license



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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Airport Business

Inside the Fence: Statistically Speaking...
Industry Update
The FBO Customer Experience Beyond COVID-19
Switching Seats: COVID-19's Impact on the Terminal
Data Security and Privacy at Commercial Airports
A Private Affair
Creating Quality Customer Service
Designing the 'Airport of the Future'
Will Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing be the Next Disruptor?
An Airport Takes Off
Totally Boggus: Clearing the Air
Proactive Technology Strategies for Airlines to Succeed Post COVID-19
Looking to Upgrade Your Sustainability Practices? Ask These Questions First
Product Profile: Runway Reliability - Stable Soils Make the Difference
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Airport Business - Inside the Fence: Statistically Speaking...
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Airport Business - Industry Update
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Airport Business - The FBO Customer Experience Beyond COVID-19
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Airport Business - Switching Seats: COVID-19's Impact on the Terminal
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Airport Business - Data Security and Privacy at Commercial Airports
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Airport Business - Creating Quality Customer Service
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Airport Business - Designing the 'Airport of the Future'
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Airport Business - Will Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing be the Next Disruptor?
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Airport Business - An Airport Takes Off
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Airport Business - Totally Boggus: Clearing the Air
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Airport Business - Looking to Upgrade Your Sustainability Practices? Ask These Questions First
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