A hybrid approach based on AHP and belief theory for evaluating sustainable transportation solutions
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Keywordsmulti-criteria decision making; AHP; analytical hierarchy process; environmental impacts assessment; car sharing; sustainable transport; belief theory; sustainability.;
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