ASEAN Transport Situation and Solutions Outlook, 2020

Multi-pronged Approach to Help ASEAN Tackle Mobility Challenges of its Densely Populated Cities

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The research provides an outlook of the mobility trends in ASEAN and also discusses the possible mobility solutions for the same. It closely examines mobility trends in countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, and Singapore. The research presents a detailed overview of Mega Trends that impact the mobility in the ASEAN. Trends such as GDP and vehicle population, population and vehicle population, and road length and vehicle density are discussed in the study. The study further discusses the effectiveness of the various mobility solutions in the region. The base year of the study is 2014, with forecasts up to 2020.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings—Mega Trends Impacting on MobilityKey Findings—Mobility Trends in ASEANKey Findings—Mobility Solutions in ASEANMega Trends Impacting on MobilityImpacts of Mega Trends on Mobility in ASEANImpacts of Mega Trends on Mobility in ASEAN (continued)Impacts of Mega Trends on Mobility in ASEAN (continued)Degree of Certainty vs. Degree of Impact on MobilityMobility Trends in ASEAN—Land Area and Population in Countries and CitiesDefinition of City and Metro in ASEANPopulation Density in ASEANPopulation Density in ASEAN (continued)Population Density in ASEAN (continued)Urban Population in ASEANPopulation Density of Capital Cities in ASEANHistorical Country/City and Mobility TrendsGDP and Vehicle Population Trends in ThailandPopulation and Vehicle Population Trends in BangkokRoad Length and Vehicle Density in ThailandRoad Length and Vehicle Density in BangkokGDP and Vehicle Population trends in IndonesiaPopulation and Vehicle Population Trends in JakartaRoad Length and Vehicle Density in IndonesiaRoad Length and Vehicle Density in JakartaGDP and Vehicle Population in MalaysiaPopulation and Vehicle Population in Kuala LumpurRoad Length and Vehicle Density in MalaysiaRoad Length and Vehicle Density in Kuala LumpurGDP and Vehicle Population in PhilippinesPopulation and Vehicle Population in Metro ManilaRoad Length and Vehicle Density in PhilippinesRoad Length and Vehicle Density in Metro ManilaGDP and Vehicle Population in VietnamPopulation and Vehicle Population in HanoiRoad Length and Vehicle Density in VietnamRoad Length and Vehicle Density in HanoiGDP and Vehicle Population in SingaporeRoad Length and Vehicle Density in SingaporeGDP and Car Penetration in ASEANModal Shares in ASEANModal Shares in ASEAN (continued)Mobility Trends in ASEAN—Air QualityCarbon Dioxide Emission from Road TransportPer Capita Carbon Dioxide Emissions in ASEANAnnual Mean PM10 Emission in ASEANAnnual Mean PM2.5 Emission in ASEANAnnual Mean PM2.5 Emission in ASEAN Capital CitiesAmbient Air Pollution Attributable Deaths in ASEANRoad Accidents in ASEANRoad Traffic Deaths in ASEANRoad Traffic Death Rate in ASEANDistribution of Road Traffic Deaths in ASEANReported Road Traffic Fatalities and Injuries in ASEANMobility Solutions in ASEAN—Mobility Infrastructure StatusTransport Infrastructure—Current Rail Network in BangkokTransport Infrastructure—Existing and Future Rail Network in BangkokTransport Infrastructure—Current Road Network in BangkokTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in BangkokTransport Infrastructure—Rail Network in JakartaTransport Infrastructure—Rail Network Future Projects in JakartaTransport Infrastructure—Road Network in JakartaTransport Infrastructure—Current Rail Network in Kuala LumpurTransport Infrastructure—Future Rail Network in Kuala LumpurTransport Infrastructure—Current Road Network in Kuala LumpurTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in Kuala LumpurTransport Infrastructure—Current Rail Network in ManilaTransport Infrastructure—Future Rail Network in ManilaTransport Infrastructure—Current Road Network in ManilaTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in ManilaTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in Manila (continued)Transport Infrastructure—Current Rail Network in Ho Chi Minh CityTransport Infrastructure—Future Rail Network in Ho Chi Minh CityTransport Infrastructure—Future Rail Network in Ho Chi Minh City (continued)Transport Infrastructure—Current Road Network in Ho Chi Minh CityTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in Ho Chi Minh CityTransport Infrastructure—Future Road Network in Ho Chi Minh city (continued)Transport Infrastructure—Rail Network in SingaporeTransport Infrastructure—Rail Network Future Projects in SingaporeTransport Infrastructure—Road Network in SingaporeEvaluation of Mobility SolutionsWays to Ease Traffic congestion in ASEANSolutions to Reduce Car Population in ASEANSolutions to Reduce Car Usage in ASEANSolutions to Ease Concentration in ASEANSolutions to Enable Shift to Other Transport Modes in ASEANEffective Solutions to Ease Vehicle Congestion in ASEANEffective Solution to Reduce traffic in ASEANEffectiveness of Shift to Other Transport Modes in ASEANNomenclature UsedLikelihood of Implementing Mobility SolutionsEffective Solutions and Implementation in ASEANMobility Solutions in ThailandMobility Solutions in IndonesiaMobility Solutions in MalaysiaMobility Solutions in the PhilippinesMobility Solutions in VietnamMobility Solutions in SingaporeLegal DisclaimerAppendixBest Practices of Mobility Solutions in Other RegionsBest Practices of Mobility Solutions in Other Regions (continued)Best Practices of Mobility Solutions in Other Regions (continued)Best Practices of Mobility Solutions in Other Regions (continued)Best Practices of Mobility Solutions in Other Regions (continued)Abbreviations and AcronymsAbbreviations and Acronyms (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & 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