The Global Shared Mobility Market is valued at USD 169.5 Billion in 2022 and is projected to reach a value of USD 493.6 Billion in 2030 at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 16.5% over the forecast period.
Shared Mobility is the transpired use of a vehicle, or bicycle using an innovative mode of transportation that can enable users to gain short-term access for travelling from point A to point B. These include carsharing, bike sharing, ridesharing (carpooling and vanpooling), and on-demand services. The global market for Shared Mobility is expected to rise during the forecast period owing to its cost-effective nature combined with its convenience. Factors such as the ability to replace car ownership at a fraction of the cost and rising consumer demand for self-driving taxis and shuttles will cause a surge in the market's volume. The emergence of new riding modes and services will further catapult the market towards a growth increment.
New driving modes such as peer-to-peer car sharing, pooled ridesharing, shared electric scooters, and carpooling services are expected to contribute towards the growth trajectory of the global Shared Mobility market during the forecast period. These services are widening in functionality owing to potential integration, automation processes, and rising personalized travel on demand. Additionally, the rising penetration of connected cars and smartphones will add value to the budding market. The rising cost of fuel and increasing cost of vehicle ownership in emerging economies is expected to boost the growth of the global Shared Mobility market during the forecast period.
Studies have concluded that Shared Mobility services are comparatively less when compared to other modes of transport as they eliminate limited parking problems. Reduced parking space among various establishments is observed, especially for four-wheelers in a global space. Consumers are often found to be parking illegally or in inconvenient spaces whenever private transportation is concerned. Various government agencies are working towards launching programs for reducing traffic and congestion issues. A significant impact on the commuters' lifestyle is found due to increased traffic. Shared Mobility services eliminate many issues related to private ownership and can also reduce traffic congestion as they can carry multiple users.
Shared Mobility Market Size, 2022 To 2030 (USD Billion)
Factors such as increased accessibility of applications for Shared Mobility, rising demand for reduced driving, and lowering ownership of private vehicles are expected to add to the global Shared Mobility market value. However, there are a few factors that can cause hindrances to the growth of the global market. Factors such as the lack of preference for traveling with strangers while sharing transportation and rising concerns regarding the theft of private information are expected to harm the growth pattern. Additionally, the responsibility of traveling longer routes because of shared transportation will also disrupt the market a fair bit.
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1. Higher Fuel Prices: A dominant contributor to the growth of the global market can be attributed to increasing fuel prices. As the Russia-Ukraine conflict begins to widen, natural gas prices and other energy sources are expected to increase as Russia controls a major portion of the supply. Increasing transportation prices using air or rail travel will allow fuel prices to fluctuate as manufacturers and distributors struggle to maintain a constant supply during these difficult times.
2. Rising Adoption of Electric Vehicles: The leading market players are focused on working with car manufacturers to improve their portfolio of electric-car sharing services. These developments are taking place within the Asian sub-continent. Adoption of advanced/uninterrupted technologies and rise in market investors are expected to fuel the number of EVs entering the Shared Mobility space.
3. Increasing Traffic Congestion: Factors that support the growth of the global Shared Mobility market are increased traffic congestion on the road, higher cost of personal ownership of vehicles, and rising employment within the private sector. As the pandemic opened the world for in-person work after two years, increased demand for transportation has increased. Additionally, lessening reliance on government transport services and the need for increased short-travel-based transportation needs is expected to fuel the growth of the Shared Mobility market share.
4. Government Initiatives: Rising internet penetration among rural and urban areas has led to widening Shared Mobility services. The rapid growth of the automotive industry, combined with the increased participation of various government agencies in promoting Shared Mobility services, will fuel increased market adoption. For instance, in October 2021, HERE Technologies, a market leader in providing data and technology platforms, announced HERE Probe Data, a new data service that delivers useful information on how road users and vehicles move across the transportation network.
5. Rising Concerns About the Environment: Increasing concerns regarding environmental degradation due to rising private transport usage have led to rising consumer awareness regarding the effects of greenhouse emissions. In an attempt to reduce air pollution, various governing agencies advise utilizing Shared Mobility services as it is less expensive to acquire and maintain a vehicle.
6. Smart Cities: Various government initiatives aim to implement Shared Mobility within their smart city networks. For instance, in June 2019, the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (MEIT) and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism in Japan jointly announced the creation of a smart mobility challenge subsidy program. This program generated a revenue of USD 27.6 million.
The global Shared Mobility market can be categorized on the following: Service Model, Vehicle, and Regions. By service model, the market can be segmented across ride hailing, bike sharing, ride sharing, car sharing, and others. In terms of vehicle, the market can be fragmented across cars, two-wheelers, and others. Likewise, based on region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.
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Based on Service Model
Ride Hailing Segment to Dominate Market Owing to Rising Internet Penetration
Ride-hailing services are expected to widen their segmental growth during the forecast period in terms of growth and revenue. Factors such as rising internet penetration among the general population combined with increasing types of services for ensuring ultimate customer service are expected to propel the segment's growth during the forecast. dRiding demand for ride-hailing services can often be attributed to the addition of easier bookings, increased traffic congestion, passenger comfort, and increased government programs. These factors are expected to contribute to segmental growth. Bike sharing will grow with the fastest-growing CAGR during the forecast period because bikes are considered the most compatible and fastest way to travel on congested city routes.
Based on Vehicles
Cars to Dominate Segmental Growth While Two-Wheelers to Grow with the Fastest CAGR
Cars are expected to dominate the market for Shared Mobility and capture the maximum revenue share. The segment's dominance is expected to continue during the forecast period owing to the rising prominence of four-wheelers due to their ability to service multiple users simultaneously. Additionally, the rising EV fleet within the prominent players is expected to propel the segmental growth further. Studies have indicated that once a user gets accustomed to electric vehicles, they are likely to realize the cost of travel per kilometer is lesser by 4-5 times than that of their petrol counterpart. Two-wheelers are expected to grow with the fastest growing CAGR during the forecast period owing to rapid urban development, rising natural resources, limited energy resources, and economic concerns.
Based on Regions
Asia Pacific to Fuel Largest Market Share Owing to Utilization of Extensive Technology
Global Shared Mobility is expected to be dominated by the region of Asia Pacific owing to the rapid adoption of technology combined with an exploding market for smartphones. Additionally, improving internet connectivity among the rural population and rising connectivity options will fuel the growth of Shared Mobility during the forecast period. The region is also prone to extreme traffic congestion on its roads. Exhaustive car ownership costs within emerging economies such as China and India combined with a supportive regulatory environment will pave the way for a flourishing market to extend. These factors are expected to contribute to the Asia Pacific Shared Mobility market.
Middle East & Africa are expected to grow with moderate CAGR during the forecast period due to rising demand for shared transportation, rising number of corporate travellers, and rising government alternatives for private transportation. Additionally, technological developments and increasing demand for reducing greenhouse emissions will lead to fruitful market growth.
The global Shared Mobility industry is full of various players occupying varying market sizes. The competition between the players is expected to be intense as players deal with the rapid adoption of advanced technologies for improving their commuting services. Players are also investing heavily within their R&D departments to integrate advanced functions.
The key players in the global Shared Mobility include - Car2Go (U.S.), Deutsche Bahn Connect GmbH (Germany), DiDi Chuxing (China), Drive Now (BMW) (Germany), EVCARD (China), Flinkster (Germany), Grab (Singapore), GreenGo (Italy), Lyft (U.S.), Uber (U.S.), Zipcar (U.S.) among others.
Recent Market Developments:
· March 2022: Chalo, a Bengalore-based mobile application, announced they were acquiring Vogo, a two-wheeler Shared Mobility business startup. Chalo allows integrated travel among cities by allowing users to book cab rides. Vogo plans to switch to EVs in all their vehicles, extend services beyond two-wheelers and extent other models of EVs into the market.
· June 2022: Uber Technologies, Inc., announced the launch of UberX Share, which offers shared rides across New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and Los Angeles, among others. The company plans to expand the services of UberX Share, enabling users to get a ride, extend their savings, and stay on schedule.
· June 2022: IFC, a private sector arm of the World Bank Group, announced that they were signing an agreement with BlaBlaCar to invest USD 15 million to support Shared Mobility platform growth across Brazil to boost access to environmental-friendly and affordable travel.
Segmentation of the Global Shared Mobility Market
- Service Models (Ride Hailing, Bike Sharing, Ride Sharing, Car Sharing, Other Service Models)
- Vehicles (Cars, Two-Wheelers, Other Vehicles)
- Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa)
|Regions & Countries Covered
- North America - (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
- Europe - (U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Rest Of Europe)
- Asia Pacific - (China, Japan, India, South Korea, South East Asia, Rest Of Asia Pacific)
- Latin America - (Brazil, Argentina, Rest Of Latin America)
- Middle East & Africa - (GCC Countries, South Africa, Rest Of Middle East & Africa)
- Car2Go (U.S.)
- Deutsche Bahn Connect GmbH (Germany)
- DiDi Chuxing (China)
- Drive Now (BMW) (Germany)
- EVCARD (China)
- Flinkster (Germany)
- Grab (Singapore)
- GreenGo (Italy)
- Lyft (U.S.)
- Uber (U.S.)
- Zipcar (U.S.)
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