Autonomous vehicles will be a major option in future metro transportation, but their optimal role in the mobile mix varies across five city archetypes.
Here’s what we learned from a survey of urban residents worldwide about their mobility choices during lockdown—and how their attitudes are likely to affect usage over the near and medium terms.
Understand how factors like car pride, the status quo bias, and outgroups affect mobility decisions in order to nudge commuters toward greener, more sustainable options.
Sales of electrified vehicles will seize a third of the global market by 2025 and 51% by 2030. Are governments and the industry ready?
Digital platforms are likely to be the next game changers in city transport—but providers must reconcile conflicting stakeholder needs to emerge as winners.
These innovative services can benefit passengers and cities by improving access while reducing pollution and congestion.
Providers will need to overcome important hurdles to secure their share of this exploding market—and help e-scooters become a staple of urban micromobility.
MaaS is more than just the next potential digital bonanza for B2C players. For cities, it’s a ticket to the economic, environmental, and societal benefits of improved access.
Investment drives growth—but infrastructure owners face challenges that constrain transportation’s economic power. Building five capabilities can help overcome them.
From the Internet of Things to data analytics, powerful technologies are boosting the economic potential of infrastructure. For concessionaires that act now, these breakthroughs could provide a competitive edge.
Cities are getting smarter about mobility. And with agile approaches, they can unleash the true power of apps, big data, and other technologies to unclog transportation networks.
New cars are like rolling computers. AI, virtualization, and other new technologies can help automotive engineering keep up with this complexity.
To transform themselves from “hardware” manufacturers into mobility solutions providers, automakers must follow tech industry rules.
Carriers that approach a digital transformation with the right ambition, resources, and scale can achieve a step change in their digital capabilities within 18 months.
Traditional deliverers are under assault from fast-moving digital natives and giant e-tailers. Here’s how the incumbents can protect—and even expand---their turf.
Tomorrow’s end-to-end manufacturing AI will think alongside—and sometimes ahead of—human coworkers. But ambitions for the technology far outstrip today’s reality.