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Smart Cities: Leading the Way in Mobility

Smart Cities: Leading the Way in Mobility

As urban areas grow increasingly crowded, cities and their leaders are seeking technology solutions ranging from car- and scooter-sharing to autonomous shuttles to solve transportation issues such as traffic congestion, air pollution and road safety. To do this they’re turning to automakers and mobility providers and forming unprecedented partnerships to leverage technology to meet cities’ unique needs. This report includes comprehensive case studies of private-public partnerships between cities and mobility providers and delves into the details of each project: how they’re planned and operated, who is involved, essential elements for deployment and more.

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ADDRESSED IN THIS REPORT:

  • What compels cities to work with mobility providers?
  • How do cities approach partnering with mobility providers?
  • What’s required for mobility providers to work with cities?
  • What policy and technology solutions are unique to city- centered mobility projects?
  • Which city departments are involved in mobility projects?

OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO:

  • Automaker and Tier-1 suppliers involved in mobility
  • Automotive, technology and financial analysts
  • City planners and other government officials
  • Transportation professionals
  • Urban policy and transportation stakeholders

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Hear from experts on the front lines of cutting-edge urban mobility.
  • Learn about the growing market in city-centric mobility solutions.
  • Discover the unique mobility needs of cities.
  • Understand the process of working with city officials.
  • Comprehend the complex elements leading cities to rely on tech-based transportation.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. OVERVIEW

  • CITIES: EPICENTERS OF NEW MOBILITY
  • GROWTH IN URBAN AREAS
    • POPULATION MIGRATION IN FORECASTS
    • NEED FOR NEW MOBILITY OPTIONS
    • AUSTIN, TX AS AN EXAMPLE
  • MOTOR VEHICLE REGULATORY REVOLUTION
    • CITIES’ ICE VEHICLE BANS AND TOTAL VEHICLE BANS
    • LOW-SPEED RESTRICTIONS (NEW YORK CITY)
    • SHAKEUP IN TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE (NEW YORK CITY, SAN FRANCISCO, ETC.)
    • CURB MANAGEMENT AND RESTRUCTURING OF VEHICLE PARKING
      • RISE IN RIDE-HAILING AND HOME DELIVERY
      • KICKING CARS FROM THE CURB

II. MARKET

  • CITIES AS HUBS OF TRANSPORTATION, COMMERCE AND CULTURE
    • MAYORS LEAD THE CHARGE
  • SMART CITY AND IOT TECHNOLOGY
    • PROJECT GROWTH
    • GOVERNMENT GRANTS AND INCENTIVES
    • PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
  • AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
    • ROBO-TAXIS ARE ALREADY ON THE ROAD
    • WHY AVS MAKE SENSE FOR CITIES
  • MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION
    • COMBINING NEW MOBILITY SOLUTIONS WITH EXISTING PUBLIC TRANSIT
    • SOLVING THE ISSUE OF “TRANSIT DESERTS” AND THE DISADVANTAGED
  • MICROMOBILITY
    • LONG-TERM SOLUTION OR SHORT-TERM SCOURGE?

III. CASE STUDIES

  • APTIV & LAS VEGAS
  • FORD & AUSTIN, MIAMI
  • MAY MOBILITY & MULTIPLE CITIES
  • MERCEDES-BENZ & SAN JOSE, CA
  • WAYMO & CHANDLER, AZ
  • VULOG & MADRID, SPAIN

IV. Q&A

  • APTIV’S KARL IAGNEMMA & ABE GHABRA
  • AUSTIN’S ROB SPILLAR
  • FORD’S SCOTT GRIFFITH
  • MAY MOBILITY’S TARA LANIGAN
  • MERCEDES-BENZ’S ALEX SCHAAB
  • MIAMI’S CARLOS CASAS
  • VULOG’S GREGORY DUCONGE

V. APPENDIX

  • WARDS INTELLIGENCE 2020 CITIES AND MOBILITY SURVEY

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