The answers begins with the global rapid population growth in urban areas. The UN projects that by 2050, more than 7 billion people will live in urban areas. That’s more than two-thirds of the projected population!
As the world continues to become more environmentally concious and carry out greener solutions to lifestyle and business, urban infrastructure needs to accomodate to these changes.
Urban mobility ecosystems are moving towards micromobility as a solution for their travel needs, as opposed to cars. People are realizing that short trips to work or to run arrands do not constitute a car ride.
Micromobility solutions not only benefit the user in terms of health and cost, but also contributes to a greener and more sustainable environment.
The COVID-19 public health crisis has changed many people’s outlook on personal space. As a result, many people who have relied on public transit in the past are now turning to micromobility in order to accomodate to their interpersonal distancing criteria.
Enabling parking riders to park their bike or scooter opens a whole new growing demographic for your business.
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