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Understanding rideshare passengers’ awareness and attitudes toward Rideshare drivers’ safety

In prior research, it was found that the major source of drivers’ feelings of lack of safety is the passenger (Almoqbel and Wohn, 2020); in this research, we aim to understand the perceptions of rideshare passengers of the drivers’ safety. We plan to interview 30 rideshare passengers from the U.S. We ask them questions about their behavior in the rideshare cars and their perception of the driver's safety. The results will provide insights into passengers’ behaviors that could be influenced by platforms to enhance the safety of both app users, the driver, and the passenger.

We are researchers to work on understanding users’ rideshare experience. If you often use rideshare apps (e.g., almost every week), such as Uber or Lyft, please consider participating in our 30 mins to 1 hours interview to share your rideshare and app usage experience. We can have a remote interview with Zoom, Discord, phone call, or Skype.


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18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
often use rideshare apps

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Not often use rideshare apps
Non-English speaking
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