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Emerging trends in urban mobility

With over 70% of the global population predicted to live in urban areas by 2050, the need for improved mobility in cities is increasingly important.

Le BIPE and Kantar TNS experts share their insights after exploring mobility across 30 cities.

  • What social, economic and technological trends are disrupting mobility?
  • Which cities are performing well and which are struggling and why?
  • What role will new mobility services play in future?
  • How can mobility players seize growth opportunities?

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About World Mobility Observatory

The World Mobility Observatory (WMO) takes a unique, collaborative approach to mapping the future of mobility across 30 major cities and 18 markets. Kantar TNS conducted an in-depth consumer survey among 24,000 people to understand and anticipate consumers’ changing mobility needs at particular moments in time. These insights, combined with cutting-edge forecasting and modelling techniques from Le BIPE, result in the most complete picture and vision yet of shifting mobility patterns in both developed and rapid growth markets. Find out more about WMO.


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