How the Nexus of Automated Vehicles and Mobility as a Service Will Affect City Life

Published: 25/04/2018

Automation, connectivity, and transport as a service: the synergy between these trends suggests that a revolution in mobility services is a lot closer than may be expected. Navigant Research assessed the effects of key mobility trends on a model city of 3 million inhabitants who collectively own 1.5 million personal vehicles.

In an article for Automotive World, Jan Cihlar, senior consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, describes how the interaction between the three major mobility trends - personal mobility-vehicle automation, cleaner powertrains and Mobility as a service (MaaS) - is likely to speed up progress. The synergies may not only boost automated vehicle deployment but also render urban transportation needs more compatible with cities’ sustainability plans.

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