Digitisation to Boost the Rise of a Smart and Sustainable Singapore

Digitisation to Boost the Rise of a Smart and Sustainable Singapore

Singapore’s Well-structured Connected Digital Strategy will Drive the Growth of Smart, Sustainable, and Autonomous Mobility Solutions

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22-Dec-2020
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: MFE2-01-00-00-00
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Rapid urbanization, private vehicle density, outdated infrastructure, and transportation-related emissions are increasingly stressing the urban mobility ecosystem. Cities across the globe are responding to these changes by developing a more sustainable, seamless, and integrated transport system. In addition, cities are focusing on building the necessary regulatory and infrastructure framework necessary to support the smart mobility systems. Other smart city focus areas include driving future employment opportunities, developing equitable communities, and offering a high standard of living through efficient digital and connected services. Smart city initiatives can be measured under several channels like new mobility solutions, autonomous readiness, digitization, sustainability, logistics performance, policy & regulatory framework, and transport landscape and vision.

This study aims to analyze the current state of the city, the key challenges the city faces, and measures taken by the government to overcome these challenges and create a sustainable environment for driving future economic growth.
Singapore, one of the key economic hubs in the world, faces several challenges, which policymakers are urgently trying to overcome. One way to resolve some of these challenges is to develop electric vehicle infrastructure capabilities to pave the way for the development of electric and autonomous mobility.

This concise profile of Singapore highlights key growth metrics, the current state of the city, the pandemic's impact on the city's mobility, the city's digital economy, initiatives taken to achieve smart city mobility and implement EV-related strategies, and the city's focus on sustainable mobility through the enhancement of public transit systems and infrastructure.

The city and its authorities are actively driving efforts to address the need-of-the-hour challenges while focusing on longer-term sustainable goals following the Singapore LTA vision. The city is also embracing the dynamic changes in mobility services with the emergence of a connected, shared, autonomous, and electric mobility approach, actively investing in digital infrastructure, and creating an environment of collaboration between other leading cities, industry consortiums, and financial investors.

Author: Albert Geraldine Priya

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Singapore Smart City

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers and Restraints

Singapore City Current Landscape

Changes in Mobility Patterns due to Covid

Singapore City—C.A.S.E Strategies

Singapore Digitisation Movement—Digital Office

Singapore Smart Mobility Operating System

Singapore Smart City with Smart Homes

Singapore Shared Mobility Market Overview

Shared Mobility Market Overview in Singapore

Singapore Public Transport Strategy

Singapore—Electric Vehicle Strategy

Singapore—Electric Mobility Landscape

Singapore—Autonomous Vehicle Initiatives

Singapore—Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Pilots Overview

Singapore Growth Environment—Transport Plan 2040

Growth Opportunity 1—Partnerships, New Business Models, and New Technology will Underpin the Growth of Smart Cities in the Mid to Long Term

Growth Opportunity 1—Partnerships, New Business Models and New Technology will Underpin the Growth of Smart Cities in the Mid to Long Term (continued)

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Rapid urbanization, private vehicle density, outdated infrastructure, and transportation-related emissions are increasingly stressing the urban mobility ecosystem. Cities across the globe are responding to these changes by developing a more sustainable, seamless, and integrated transport system. In addition, cities are focusing on building the necessary regulatory and infrastructure framework necessary to support the smart mobility systems. Other smart city focus areas include driving future employment opportunities, developing equitable communities, and offering a high standard of living through efficient digital and connected services. Smart city initiatives can be measured under several channels like new mobility solutions, autonomous readiness, digitization, sustainability, logistics performance, policy & regulatory framework, and transport landscape and vision. This study aims to analyze the current state of the city, the key challenges the city faces, and measures taken by the government to overcome these challenges and create a sustainable environment for driving future economic growth. Singapore, one of the key economic hubs in the world, faces several challenges, which policymakers are urgently trying to overcome. One way to resolve some of these challenges is to develop electric vehicle infrastructure capabilities to pave the way for the development of electric and autonomous mobility. This concise profile of Singapore highlights key growth metrics, the current state of the city, the pandemic's impact on the city's mobility, the city's digital economy, initiatives taken to achieve smart city mobility and implement EV-related strategies, and the city's focus on sustainable mobility through the enhancement of public transit systems and infrastructure. The city and its authorities are actively driving efforts to address the need-of-the-hour challenges while focusing on longer-term sustainable goals following the Singapore LTA vision. The city is also embracing the dynamic changes in mobility services with the emergence of a connected, shared, autonomous, and electric mobility approach, actively investing in digital infrastructure, and creating an environment of collaboration between other leading cities, industry consortiums, and financial investors. Author: Albert Geraldine Priya
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