Mobility on Demand Market in car sharing to observe 30% CAGR from 2018 to 2024

Mobility on Demand Market propelled by increasing popularity of car sharing services over the forecast timespan. Reduction in travel costs and emissions of greenhouse gases are some of the drivers of the car-sharing industry. Station-based car sharing services currently sized at over 600 million encourage the commuters to walk, cycle, or use public transportation to the car-stations. Technological advancements, such as smartcards, GPS tracking, and app-based reservation of cars, will drive the car sharing market growth, impacting the industry growth.

The mass popularity of car sharing services is allowing mobility on demand market to attain remarkable heights. While shared mobility is relatively a new trend, it has undeniably shifted consumer preference from car ownership to different modes of transportation. This is vividly coherent from the increasing global acceptance of Lyft, Uber, and the like as a viable mode of transport. As per estimates, overall mobility on demand market from car sharing services is slated to grow at a remarkable CAGR of 30% over 2018-2024. Car sharing economy, though draws a major attention from startups and venture capital investors, established automakers are also leaving no stone unturned to leverage maximum benefits from the lucrative business space.

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Mobility on demand market has seemingly brought about an upsurge in the development of autonomous vehicles. For instance, Uber is investing heavily in bringing driverless cars to the roads as estimates show that 60% to 80% of the revenues remain with the car owner. By eliminating the need of a driver, ride hailing services like Uber are persevering to keep most of the revenue with the service provider. The profit perspective is highly motivating the development of driverless and autonomous cars, that are in turn expected to profoundly change mobility on demand market trends within the next 5 to 15 years.

The mobility on demand market in business applications is poised to grow at a significant pace as these services help the corporate organizations to reduce the dependency on private fleets. Also, these services allow the organizations to significantly reduce fleet-related costs and optimize the fleet management. Companies such as Omoove and Ubeeqo provide these services to the corporations that are tailored according to their specific requirements.

The Germany mobility on demand market is expected to grow over the next six years due to the stringent regulations imposed on taxi drivers such as the obligation to operate taxi service and obligation to set rates. Increasing environmental consciousness and openness to innovations among the consumers are expected to drive industry growth. Several automobile companies in the country are entering the mobility on demand market to regain the declining positions due to the reduction in car ownership. For instance, BMW Group entered the industry by forming a subsidiary, DriveNow, which is a car sharing company.

The smart cities initiatives by the governments of various countries including the U.S., Spain, Ireland, India, Singapore, and Sweden are expected to speed up the mobility on demand market expansion. The governments are providing incentives to the people to share rides while commuting and converting the existing public fleet of vehicles to electric vehicles. For instance, under the smart city project, the Vienna Model Region is developing e-mobility on demand to integrate the transportation system with the e-car sharing model effectively.

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