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세계의 공유 모빌리티 시장 규모는 예측기간 중 15.4%의 CAGR로 성장하여 2028년에는 4,544억 달러에 달할 것으로 예측됩니다.
정부에 의한 지원, 투자 증가, 세계의 환경 문제에 대한 관심 상승은 공유 모빌리티 시장 성장을 촉진할 것으로 생각됩니다. 그러나 초소형 모빌리티용 충전 인프라 부족이 시장 성장을 억제할 것으로 생각됩니다.
세계의 공유 모빌리티(Shared Mobility) 시장에 대해 조사했으며, 시장 개요, 시장 분석, 기업 개요 등의 정보를 제공합니다.
The Global Shared Mobility Market size is expected to reach $454.4 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 15.4% CAGR during the forecast period.
New technologies & business models have helped to improve transportation systems & services in the direction of a more sustainable mobility approach. Shared mobility has gained popularity as a possible answer to the rising number of vehicles. Several communities throughout the world have adopted shared mobility services, demonstrating that they may provide various operational and environmental benefits. Although, in rural and suburban areas with less population density and diffused travel demand, their deployment does not receive the same level of attention.
Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing, shared ride-sharing, common electric scooters, and other new modes & services have arisen. The possibilities for integration, customized travel on demand, automated operations, and environmental friendliness have all contributed to the growth of the shared mobility market. One of the primary aspects propelling the demand for shared mobility is the increasing adoption of linked cars and smartphones. The expense of road vehicles and fuel, combined with a decrease in parking, is expected to promote market growth in the near future, particularly in industrialized nations around the world.
Furthermore, compared to other forms of transportation, shared mobility solutions are cheaper and avoid limited parking issues. Several governments throughout the world are developing programmers to encourage the adoption of these solutions in order to minimize traffic congestion. This has a substantial impact on commuters' lifestyles and the marketplace as a whole, like enhanced accessibility, better transportation, less driving, and lower personal car ownership. Shared mobility plans usually provide social, environmental, and transportation system advantages. Commuters use public transportation, which includes shared public transportation, micro mobility, commute-based modes, automobile-based mode, and ridesharing.
Owing to modifications in people's mobility patterns around the world, COVID-19 has had a detrimental influence on increasing the market for shared mobility. During the pandemic, people's mobility reduced dramatically, reducing the number of visits to workplaces that was among the market's major factors and drivers. The pandemic has also caused a transformation in commute priorities. Prior to COVID, commuters' primary concerns were the cost of service, comfort, and other factors such as travel time and mode of transportation. Commuters now seek out forms of transportation that are safe, sanitary, and have a low risk of illness. As a result, prioritizing health is likely to reduce the usage of sharing and public transportation. Additionally, during the global pandemic, car-sharing services had either been decreased or halted because of a lack of demand in the market.
Market Growth Factors
Rising government support and investments
Every country's government is concerned about population growth, which has negative environmental consequences. Governments encourage citizens to limit their use of automobiles as much as possible. Additionally, sharing rides amongst friends and families are among the government's important concepts for encouraging individuals to choose shared rides above personal rides, which is motivating key companies to launch various news products. Along with that, there are many governments across the world, which are taking steps to establish a network of shared mobility to motivate people for the usage of shared mobility.
Growing environmental issues across the world
Population increase in key cities around the country has resulted in a rise in daily commuters, causing substantial traffic congestion, particularly during rush hour. In order to fight this problem, some companies are attempting to develop alternate transportation solutions. This environment is a primary factor for the market for shared mobility. Various programs make a significant contribution to alleviating traffic congestion, which would open lucrative opportunities for the market players. Since, the level pollutant in the atmosphere is constantly increasing, organizations across the world are taking initiatives to aware people about the effects of pollution on the environment.
Market Restraining Factors
Lack of charging infrastructure for micro-mobility solutions
Many cities lack the requisite infrastructure for the vehicles that fall under micro-mobility concepts, and hence lack the charging infrastructure to charge these vehicles, which is one of the most significant impediments to the demand for shared mobility. Bike lanes are the only realistic solution since riding an e-scooter in fast lanes (truck, car, and bus dominated) or on sidewalks (pedestrian dominated) poses a significant risk to all traffic participants. Because governments are not concentrated on this new and rising concept, dedicated lanes of micro-mobility solutions are lacking in many countries. Furthermore, developing charging infrastructure for micro-mobility solutions necessitates a significant investment as well as the implementation of relevant legislation.
Service Model Outlook
Based on Service Model, the market is segmented into Ride Hailing, Ride Sharing, Car Sharing, Bike Sharing and Others. Bike sharing segment acquired a significant revenue share in the shared mobility market in 2021. Two-wheeler services are likely to grow in popularity in the next years, as they are regarded the quickest and most efficient mode of transportation on congested city streets. The United States, Spain, China, and Italy are among the nations with the largest use of these services.
Based on Vehicle, the market is segmented into Cars, Two-wheelers, and Others. The cars segment garnered the highest revenue share in the shared mobility market in 2021. Two-wheeler services are projected to grow in popularity in the future years, as motorcycles are seen as a cost-effective and substantially speedier means of transportation on congested city roads. When a consumer becomes familiarized to electric vehicles, they would then notice that the cost per kilometre for an EV is 4-5 times lower for two-wheelers and three 3-10 times lower for four-wheelers in comparison to fuel-driven vehicles, provided that the electricity rate is 110 cents per unit and the cost of gasoline is 1100 cents.
Based on Regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East & Africa. Asia Pacific emerged as the leading region in the shared mobility market with the maximum revenue share in 2021. This is mostly owing to the region's widespread acceptance of technology and quick proliferation of smart homes. In nations like China and India, the expense of traffic and car ownership is constantly rising.
The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Lyft, Inc., Grab Holdings Inc. Avis Budget Group, Inc., DiDi Global Inc., Deutsche Bahn Connect GmbH (Deutsche Bahn AG), Uber Technologies, Inc., GT Gettaxi (UK) Limited, Ola Cabs (ANI Technologies Pvt. Ltd.), Share Now GmbH, and Global Car Sharing and Rental Co., Ltd.
Recent Strategies Deployed in Shared Mobility Market
Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements:
May-2022: Lyft came into a partnership with Spare, an automated on-demand transportation technology. This partnership aimed to assist transit agencies cost-efficiently and offer their passengers reliable & responsive transportation in the face of fluctuating demand.
Mar-2022: Lyft came into a partnership with Spin, a technology company. This partnership aimed to bring Spin scooters to the Lyft app in 60 U.S. markets. This partnership aimed to develop an effortless experience: riders can easily rent & pay for Spin scooters in the Lyft app without requiring them to download another app or add new payment information.
Jan-2022: Uber entered into an agreement with Repsol, a Spanish multinational energy and petrochemical company. This agreement aimed to boost the transition of Uber drivers to electric mobility in Spain. In this agreement, starting in Madrid to expanding to other cities in the country, Uber drivers along with an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle would be capable to utilize the electric recharging points located both at Repsol service stations and across the public recharging network that the multi-energy company has in Spain.
Jun-2021: Uber came into a partnership with Kia, a South Korean multinational automobile manufacturer. This partnership aimed to boost the adoption of advanced zero-emission battery electric vehicles around Europe, which would make urban areas cleaner and quieter. Along with that, the partnership would witness Kia offering its high-tech range of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) comprising the e-Niro and e-Soul to Uber drivers with special offers, which would make the company a top provider of electrified vehicles to the ride-hailing sector.
Apr-2021: DiDi Autonomous Driving teamed up with Volvo Cars, a Swedish automaker. This collaboration aimed to supply cars for its self-driving taxi fleet. Through the agreement, Volvo would supply DiDi Autonomous Driving with its XC90 SUVs integrated with critical built-in backup & safety systems for functions like braking and steering.
Aug-2020: Gett formed a partnership with Ola Cabs, the U.K. ride-sharing company. This partnership aimed to allow Gett's business customers to receive service from Ola drivers across the globe via the Gett SaaS platform.
Acquisitions and Mergers:
Apr-2022: Lyft signed an agreement to acquire PBSC Urban Solutions, a global supply leader for bike share equipment and technology. This acquisition aimed to double up Lyft's scale in micromobility by using PBSC's deep sales experience & customer relationships.
Jul-2020: Uber took over Routematch, an industry-leading software provider. This acquisition aimed to bring together Uber's expertise in on-demand, mobility technologies with Routematch's proven offerings across paratransit, fixed-route tools, payments, and trip planning services. The companies would develop the latest innovations, which would make it simpler for agencies to deliver the right transportation solutions to their riders, via an expanded portfolio of technologies.
Market Segments covered in the Report:
By Service Model
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