Micro Mobility in Japan

Japan is Exploring the Potential of Micro Mobility to Tackle its Mobility Challenges

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Micro mobility is a small vehicle that accommodates 1–2 passengers. At present, many micro mobility models are not allowed on public roads in Japan, as they do not fall under any existing vehicle category. However, social experiments are being conducted in many cities to test the feasibility and usage of micro mobility. This study explains the case studies of such social experiments. It also includes an executive summary, mobility challenges, micro mobility potential, and demonstration experiments of micro mobility.

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Micro Mobility in JapanExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Mobility ChallengesMobility Challenges Challenges of Urbanization and DepopulationChallenges of Urbanization and Depopulation (continued)Challenges of Urbanization and Depopulation (continued)Challenges of Urbanization and Depopulation (continued)Challenge of ConnectivityChallenge of Ageing PopulationChallenge of Ageing Population (continued)Challenge of Energy and EnvironmentChallenge of Energy and Environment (continued)Micro Mobility Benefits of Micro MobilityBenefits of Micro Mobility (continued)Micro Mobility Solutions for Different UsersScope of Micro Mobility for TravellersScope of Micro Mobility for Foreign TouristsScope of Micro Mobility for Delivery BusinessesScope of Micro Mobility for Delivery Businesses (continued)Potential Market Size for Micro MobilityMicro Mobility Options in JapanMicro Mobility Options in Japan (continued)Demonstration Experiments on Micro MobilityList of Demonstration ExperimentsLocations of Demonstration ExperimentsAutonomous Driving—Kumejima, OkinawaAutonomous Driving—Kumejima, Okinawa (continued)One-Way Car Sharing—YokohamaOne-Way Car Sharing—Yokohama (continued)Multimodal Network—ToyotaMultimodal Network—Toyota (continued)Renewable Energy—Miyakojima, OkinawaRenewable Energy—Miyakojima, Okinawa (continued)Robotics—Tsukuba, IbarakiRobotics—Tsukuba, Ibaraki (continued)Mobility in Vehicle-Restricted Areas—Towada, AomoriMobility Support for Elderly—Tatebayashi, GunmaTransport with Low-Carbon Emission—SaitamaEfficient Logistics in City—Chiyoda, TokyoPostal Delivery—Nagoya, AichiLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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