This chapter focuses on the many legal issues related to the rise of sharing mobility in Europe. In the first part, it outlines the most fundamental economic transformations that make the case for regulating sharing mobility services quite different from conventional transport. Along these lines, the purpose of the article is to identify those emerging legal issues stemming from the advent of the sharing, in order to categorise the competing claims that regulators should be considering when facing these innovative practices. On this regard, the article not only elaborates on the main concerns related to market regulation, but it also scrutinises those aspects of the sharing mobility that go beyond market and efficiency concerns, to consider those features that are more significant for fostering an inclusive and sustainable society. In its last part, it considers whether a new regulatory framework is desirable in the light of the ongoing changes.
|Number of pages||25|
|Journal||DIRITTO & QUESTIONI PUBBLICHE|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|