new mobility

Embracing the Local Mobility Culture

22. October 2019

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.

Read more

micromobility operator

Uncovering the Micromobility Opportunity

28. August 2019

What makes a city more ready for micromobility than others? Do operators take that into consideration? We looked closer into the cities that had kick scooter sharing operations to determine whether there were any similarities to how operators decided which city to launch in.

Read more

Prioritizing High-Value Space: The Curbside

8. July 2019

Rethinking how cities, businesses and people use the curbside has the potential to change urban mobility. Examples show how prioritizing high-value space changes cityscapes, makes them more livable and gives shared services the chance to truly change how people get around.

Read more

Defining Urban Mobility

20. February 2019

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.

Read more

Understanding the Impact of Connected Vehicles

15. November 2018

Connected vehicle technology and shared mobility services need to be integrated with each other to bring new mobility to the next level.

Read more

sharing personal cars

What is Peer-to-Peer Carsharing?

19. October 2017

The shared mobility industry is giving people a growing number of options on how to get around. Peer-to-peer, sometimes referred to as carsharing 3.0, is one of these popular options.

Read more

public transportation

One Reason Why Shared Mobility Isn’t More Prevalent

10. October 2017

Earlier this year, Deloitte Insights published their research findings on how consumer acceptance to new mobility options will be slow due to socially and psychologically constructed fears and biases.

Read more