Dublin, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Industry Convergence and Disruptive Technologies are Key Growth Areas of the Global Shared Mobility Market, 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This study aims to analyze and present forecasts for the global shared mobility market from 2019 to 2030.
It deals with the short-, medium-, and long-term growth opportunities in the shared mobility market while covering evolving business models and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on this market. This study will benefit mobility service providers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), car rental and leasing companies, technology solution providers, and many other industry participants looking to understand the latest trends in the mobility market and their implications.
In the last decade, there has been rapid progress towards a new paradigm for transporting people in cities. Driven by quickly evolving technologies, new business models, and shifting societal expectations, mobility has become more sustainable, equitable, efficient, and convenient. However, the recent COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global mobility sector after governments all over the world instituted travel bans and stringent lockdowns.
The study looks at car-sharing, e-hailing, ride-sharing, micro-mobility, mobility-as-a-service, autonomous mobility, and last-mile delivery in detail. The market analysis has been prepared for 2019 to 2030. Every shared mobility segment has been affected by the pandemic, predominantly due to declines in bookings and journeys because of people staying in and working from home.
Cities are repurposing their existing infrastructure toward active transport modes, such as biking and walking. Globally, shared mobility operators are losing revenue due to low utilization rates. In the short term, the focus is on gaining revenue from alternate streams, such as last-mile delivery, by repurposing fleets. Adoption of single-occupancy shared mobility modes such as bike-sharing, car-sharing, and ride-hailing is expected to increase.
With the lockdown being phased-out gradually in different parts of the world, companies are beginning to function with a smaller proportion of their workforce returning. With the necessary support from cities, demand for public transport, demand-responsive transport (DRT), and MaaS solutions is expected to increase in the medium-to-long term, leading to an uptake in technology-enabled safe transport.
Market measurements are analysed for the year of 2019 and forecasted till 2030. An extensive list of key trends to watch for the short, mid and long term is discussed in this report. The key metrics discussed in the study is Gross Market value forecasted to 2030 for the applicable business models. The research service also discusses key trends that affect these segments. The report expects the shared mobility market to observe a stagnant growth in 2020 due to the onset of Covid-19 affecting the various shared mobility modes, expecting the markets to recover by the end of 2021.
Several operators and market participants across industries will soon shift their focus to mobility technology to create a comprehensive solution.
This study analyzes the global shared mobility market from multiple facets to unravel the main growth opportunities for companies and key stakeholders in the future.
Short, Mid and Long term growth opportunities for key shared mobility (Car sharing, e-Hailing, Ridesharing, Micromobility, Mobility-as-a-Service, Autonomous Mobility and Last mile delivery)
Key Trends shaping the market
Impact of Covid-19 on Shared Mobility
Covid-19 market realignment strategy
Key Shared Mobility Statistics 2019, forecasted to 2030
Key Issues Addressed:
What is the GMV of the various shared mobility business models: Traditional carsharing, P2P carsharing, eHailing, dynamic shuttles, ridesharing, micromobility, corporate carsharing, and integrated mobility
What would be the impact of COVID-19 on shared mobility
When will the market recover from COVID-19
Which segments would be the first ones to make recovery
Key Growth Drivers and Restraints
Key Topics Covered:
1. Strategic Imperatives
Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
The Strategic Imperative
The Impact of the Strategic Imperative on the Shared Mobility Industry
Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine
2. Growth Opportunity Analysis
Shared Mobility Market Overview
Shared Mobility Market Segmentation
Key Competitors in the Shared Mobility Market
Key Growth Metrics
Growth Drivers in the Shared Mobility Market
Growth Restraints in the Shared Mobility Market
Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Shared Mobility Market
GMV Forecast Discussion
GMV Forecast by Segment
GMV Forecast Discussion
3. Key Findings
Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Shared Mobility Market
How to Achieve Economies of Scale: M&As and Funding
Key Market Trends
Short-Term Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility
Medium-Term Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility
Long-Term Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility
4. Global Shared Mobility Market Analysis
COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Urban Mobility In Cities
Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility: Short, Medium, and Long Terms
Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility: Short Term
Healthy and Sustainable Modes Such as Bike-Sharing to Pick Up in Demand
Bike-Sharing: Current Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Market Realignment
Bike-Sharing: Key Market Trends
Last-Mile Delivery: Regional Review of Delivery Segments
Last-Mile Delivery: Big Opportunity for Shared Mobility Operators
Last-Mile Delivery Key Trends: Short-, Medium-, and Long-Term Implications
Car-Sharing: Current Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Market Realignment
Car-Sharing: Key Market Trends
Market Trends: Short-, Medium-, and Long-Term Implications
Ride-Hailing: Review of Global Operations
Ride-Hailing: Current Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Market Realignment
Ride-Hailing: Key Market Trends
Ride-Hailing Market Trends: Short-, Medium-, and Long-Term Implications
Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility: Medium Term
COVID-19 Pandemic Expected to Significantly Increase Work-from-Home Policies
Shuttle Technology and Coach Fleet Providers Partner for Safe Transport of Workers
Strong Government Support and Stimulus Required to Drive Demand for Public Transport
MaaS: Current Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and Market Realignment
Increasing Preference for MaaS Platform as It Provides Personalization, Convenience, Transparency, and Localization
Mobility-as-a-Service Key Market Trends: Short-, Medium-, and Long-Term Implications
Growth Opportunities in Shared Mobility: Long Term
Mobility Technology Ecosystem: Growing Cross-Industry Partnerships
Mobility Technology: Intel (Mobileye + Moovit) Focus on CASE
Didi's Smart Transportation Brain to Solve Cities' Mobility Problems
Mobility Technology Market Trends: Short-, Medium-, and Long-Term Implications
Autonomous Shared Mobility: Highly Efficient Operating Models to Fit into Revolutionary City Visions
Rising Supply Chain Complexity Paving the Way for Autonomous Last-Mile Delivery Solutions to Meet Dynamic Customer and Business Requirements
Mobility Patterns in Cities
5. Growth Opportunities Universe
Growth Opportunity: Single-Occupancy Self-Driven Shared Mobility to Bounce Back Stronger Than Other Shared Mobility Markets
Growth Opportunity: Shift in Commuting Patterns and Demand for Shared Mobility Modes to Resume Post-COVID-19 Pandemic with Appropriate Security Measures
Growth Opportunity 3: Partnerships, New Business Models, and New Technology Will Underpin the Growth of Shared Mobility in the Long Term
6. Next Steps
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