In terms of revenue, the Global Shared Mobility Market is expected to reach by 2030, growing at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 16.5% from 2023 to 2030.
Shared Mobility is the shared use of a vehicle, motorcycle, scooter, or other modes of transportation to access transportation services on an as-needed basis. Using the same vehicle by multiple occupants is the basic concept of Shared Mobility. It consists of ridesharing, commute-based modes, vehicle sharing, rides on demand, and micro-transit, as well as public transportation, micro-mobility (bike and scooter sharing), and automobile-based modes (carpooling and vanpooling). It also offers advantages like economic travel, lower transportation costs, less fuel usage, better traffic conditions, and lower greenhouse gas emissions. The rise in venture capital and strategic investments, government programs for smart cities, and increased e-bikes in the fleet of shared vehicles all contribute to developing the global Shared Mobility market. However, developing regions' low internet penetration rates hampered the market's development. Conversely, the aspect anticipated to present growth opportunities during the forecast period is the rise in government initiatives to develop bike-sharing infrastructure.
Key Highlights from the Report
· Based on the Service Models, the Ride Hailing Services segment is anticipated to dominate the Shared Mobility market. This is because more people use the internet, and more services are available to provide the best possible customer support.
· The Cars sub-segment of the Vehicles segment accounted for the largest market share. The segment's lead is anticipated to last throughout the projection period due to the growing popularity of four-wheelers because of their ability to provide services to multiple users at once.
· Asia Pacific held the market share in 2021 and is anticipated to be the most profitable market during the forecast period due to the widespread use of technology.
The market's expansion has been accelerated by rising internet usage and increased investments in shared transportation companies. The main factors driving the development of the Shared Mobility market include rising road traffic congestion, a lack of parking spaces, high fuel prices, and a high ownership cost for personal vehicles. The government initiatives to promote Shared Mobility solutions to reduce traffic congestion on roads, along with the fast-growing integrated ecosystem within the transportation industry, are expected to fuel the development of the Shared Mobility market. For example, On October 12, 2021, HERE Technologies, the industry-leading location data and technology provider, unveiled HERE Probe Data. This new data service provides insightful data on how vehicles and road users travel throughout the transportation network. This service responds to the increasing demand from cities, public transportation systems, and businesses in the transportation, logistics, and automotive sectors to comprehend road-centric mobility patterns better.
Due to the substantial increase in air pollution over the past ten years brought on by the use of automobiles, government agencies worldwide are promoting the use of Shared Mobility services, which is driving the market's expansion. Additionally, Shared Mobility is more affordable when compared to personal cars because it costs less to buy and maintain a vehicle, which spurs the market's expansion. However, one critical factor anticipated to impede market development is people's aversion to public transit with strangers and their growing concerns about identity theft. Additionally, the market will likely face difficulties during the forecast era due to the responsibility of taking a longer route because of shared transportation.
Asia Pacific is predicted to rule the world of Shared Mobility owing to its rapid technological adoption and rapidly growing smartphone market. During the forecast period, Shared Mobility will also increase due to growing connectivity choices and better internet access among rural residents. On its roadways, the area is also prone to severe traffic congestion. A thriving market will expand due to prohibitive vehicle ownership costs in developing nations like India and China and a supportive regulatory environment. The Asia Pacific Shared Mobility market is anticipated to be influenced by these variables.
The Global Shared Mobility Market is Segmented as follows
- Service Models
- Ride Hailing
- Bike Sharing
- Ride Sharing
- Car Sharing
- Other Service Models
- Other Vehicles
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
List of the Key Players of the Global Shared Mobility Market is
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.)
The Global Shared Mobility Market Scope can be Tabulated as below
|Market Size Provided for Years
|2017 - 2030
|2017 - 2021
|2023 - 2030
|Regions & Counties Covered
|Market growth drivers, restraints, opportunities, Porter’s five forces analysis, PEST analysis, value chain analysis, regulatory landscape, technology landscape, patent analysis, market attractiveness analysis by segments and North America, company market share analysis, and COVID-19 impact analysis