Shared Mobility Market To Expand As People Resort To Cost-Efficient Options For Their Daily Commute

The global demand for shared mobility services is increasing at a sturdy pace. Presence of a robust transport industry has helped in introducing new services within shared mobility. Furthermore, investments in the transport industry have further impelled the growth of the global market. The next decade would play a crucial role in the growth of the global shared mobility market, majorly due to the approval of several public transport projects across key regions. Benefits of shared mobility cut through key factors such as cost, energy efficiency, and traffic management. Therefore, the total volume of revenues within the global shared mobility market is expected to grow.

Transparency Market Research (TMR), in its report, predicts the global shared mobility market to grow at a sound CAGR of 8% over the period between 2018 and 2026. Furthermore, the total volume of revenues within the global shared mobility market is projected to cross US$ 608 Bn by the end of 2026. Based on the type of service, vehicle rental or leasing has emerged as a viable option for several population groups.

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Benefits of Carsharing

A large population of people prefers carsharing over other modes of transport. This trend is gathering momentum in cosmopolitan cities, and could act as a launch pad for market growth. Therefore, the global shared mobility market is projected to tread along a lucrative growth track in the years to follow. Trend of carsharing and bike-sharing has gained greater prominence with the inception of cab-boking apps such as Ola and Uber. The option of taking shared rides on these apps has helped in popularising shared mobility services. Furthermore, investments public transport lines, including trams and metros, has also played a key role in market growth.

Growing Trend of Ride-Sharing amongst University Students

The trend of ride-sharing on bikes is common amongst college students and youngsters. Several universities provide easy options for students to book shared cars for their daily commute. This trend, coupled with the rising demand for better traffic management, has brought shared mobility services under the spotlight of attention. The unprecedented increase in the fleet of on-demand ride services has also emerged as a prominent driver of market demand. A number of experts in the automobile industry consider shared mobility services as a contributor to sluggish sales in the automobile market. However, this assertion has not affected the growth dynamics of the shared mobility market.