CERRE launches survey about EU regulation on ridehailing
The Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), is conducting an online survey on the most significant issues around the regulation of ride-hailing. This survey is part of a research project which aims to publish an independent report to feed European policy developers and decision-makers in their consideration of possible action in this area.
The Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), a Brussels-based think tank dedicated to better regulation for the energy, tech, media, telecom, mobility and water sectors, has launched a survey around ride-hailing regulation.
The survey will help build up a picture of the ride-hailing market and the issues faced by many different stakeholders.
The survey consists of three parts and should take 15-20 minutes to complete. The first part is meant to understand the level of interest in the issue. The second part includes open-ended questions on specific topics of the research. The third part is meant to be answered by private sector organisations only (this differentiation will happen automatically).
Answers will remain strictly confidential. The data will be aggregated for the purpose of the research and individual responses will be deleted from CERRE’s system within two months. A synthetic note of all the responses received will serve as the basis for a private e-workshop with various stakeholders to be held in July.
It is possible to complete some of the survey and pick up where the respondent left off.
Survey closes on 28 June 2021.
Survey available by clicking here.