Carsharing is a global phenomenon with providers especially active in major cities across Europe, Asia and North America. While cities like Moscow, Beijing, Berlin, Madrid, and Vancouver currently dominate the market, there is considerable growth potential for smaller cities that are on the brink of carsharing booms. In fact, it is thanks to large, cosmopolitan cities that the stage has been set for smaller cities to finally join the carsharing revolution.
In this report, we identify 5 European cities with major potential for growth in the coming months and years based on the following main success factors: city demographics and structure, municipality support and existing mobility offers. With experts predicting a worldwide decline in private vehicle ownership in the years to come and competition among providers growing fierce, targeting up-and-coming cities for carsharing is the best way to stay ahead of the game.
Download this report to:
- Learn about the cities with major potential for shared mobility growth
- Discover the characteristics that make a city optimal for carsharing success
- Understand why it’s time to launch to stay ahead of the competition