EY: Urban Mobility Blueprint
Growth in urban travel needs is fast outpacing the development of transport infrastructure.
Growth in urban travel needs is fast outpacing the development of transport infrastructure. As stakeholders ranging from city administrations and transport companies to telecomm operators and shared mobility companies consider a variety of alternatives to current transportation, the need of the hour is to identify business strategies that enable sustainable integrated urban mobility.
This five-page report from Ernst & Young defines and discusses the "mobility ecosystem," a combination of mobility services, the infrastructure to integrate those options and the stakeholders who deliver these services.
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Hyundai Motor Co. is looking for a domestic partner to mass-produce the fold-up Ioniq electric scooter it unveiled at last year’s CES show in Las Vegas, a source tells The Korea Herald.
Mazda, the Little Car Company That Can, has been working on a number of important fronts of late.
While at the Tokyo Motor Show this week various vehicle manufacturers were showing off all manner of cars and crossovers and transportation devices that typically had to do with something autonomous, connected and/or electrified (ACE, as CAR’s Brett Smith categorizes this burgeoning field), the guys from Chevy were in El Segundo, California, showing off a different take on what can best be described as “toys for boys”—boys who do or don’t have driver’s licenses.