How Shared Mobility Builds Better Cities16. November 2017
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Shared Mobility is Stronger with More Options
The availability of different shared mobility modes reinforces, not cannibalizes, the attractiveness of an overall shared mobility culture. We dive into the strengths and weaknesses of different mobility options from a user perspective.
Embracing the Local Mobility Culture
Each city has its own mobility culture that influences how people choose to get around, and this is an important factor shared mobility operators need to work with in order to truly meet consumers’ mobility needs.
Defining Urban Mobility
The growth of shared mobility services is making it easier and easier for people to shift away from private vehicles. With all these options out there, simple yet self-explanatory terms are needed to help people understand what new mobility service is best for their trip purpose. We introduce the terms intra-urban and extra-urban mobility.