The mobility systems of the future are likely to be very different from what exists in most of the world today. The individual traveler is at the heart of this evolution, so consumers will need to be open to adopting new technologies and services. However, both the public and private sectors will have roles to play in paving the way.
International Transport Forum (2016)
For-hire passenger transport services are an essential component of well-functioning metropolitan areas. But the markets for taxis and other for-hire vehicles have historically been subject to imperfections that regulators have tried to correct or at least attenuate.
International Transport Forum (2015)
This report investigates one particular scenario that evidence suggests could occur: the large-scale deployment of shared vehicle fleets that provide on-demand transport.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (February 2012)
With empirical support from new market research out of Germany, McKinsey both identified consumer behavior patterns, and based on the results, highlights demands which will be key for the automotive industry in the next decades.
McKinsey Center for Business and Environment (September 2015)
The number of megacities with more than ten million people will continue to grow. The World Health Organization estimated in 2014 that seven million premature deaths are attributable to air pollution, and a significant share is the result of urban transit. However, the future does not have to be this way.