Strategic Analysis of the Future of Mobility in China

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This research service provides a strategic analysis of the future of mobility in China from 2013 to 2024. It analyses China’s mobility solutions and provides an understanding of the country’s future mobility circumstances and management. The research service includes an overview of differences in development across regions in China; it discusses the urban and mobility development of 35 main cities and also the future of the transportation system in China.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Region DefinitionExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Evolution of City ClustersExecutive Summary—Changing Mobility Executive Summary—Top 5 CitiesExecutive Summary—Intercity MobilityExecutive Summary—7 Dimensions AnalysisExecutive Summary—Implications of 7 Dimensions AnalysisKey Mobility SolutionsSummary of Application Solutions Car Sharing Business ModelsCar Sharing Service ProvidersPeer-to-peer (P2P) Car Sharing Operators (CSOs)OEMs Market The Rise of Taxi Apps in ChinaSummary of Product Solutions Executive Summary—Future of MobilityExecutive Summary—Key Conclusion and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Methodology, and BackgroundResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyDefinition and SegmentationFuture of Mobility in China—Story Line SegmentationOverview of China’s Development Overview of ChinaOverview of China (continued)Key Developments in ChinaKey Developments in China (continued)Urban and Mobility Figures, and Future TrendsUrban and Mobility Figures, and Future Trends (continued)Urban and Mobility Challenges, and Future Trends (continued)Urban and Mobility Challenges, and Future Trends (continued)Development DifferencesRegional DifferencesProvincial Differences Provincial Differences (continued)City Differences Development Differences—ConclusionMain 35 CitiesCity AnalysisDevelopment Factors—Urban and Mobility DevelopmentDevelopment FactorsPopulation Factors—Population AnalysisEconomic Factors—GDP per Capita AnalysisEconomic Factors—Economic Growth AnalysisPollution Factors—Air Pollution AnalysisMobility Factors—Bus Equipment Rate AnalysisMobility Factors—Urban Rail System AnalysisMobility Factors—Urban Rail System Analysis (continued)Mobility Factors—Car Population AnalysisMain 35 Cities—ConclusionUrban and Mobility Development—Synthesis Synthesis—GDP per Capita and PopulationSynthesis—Population Density and Car OwnershipSynthesis—Economic Development and Public TransportUrban and Mobility Development—ConclusionCity ClustersCity Clusters Analysis—City ClassificationCity Clusters Analysis—City Classification MethodologyCity Clusters Analysis—Key StatisticsCity Clusters Analysis—Key Statistics (continued)City Clusters Analysis—Urban and Mobility DevelopmentCity Clusters Analysis—Characteristics of ClustersCity Clusters Analysis—MegacityCity Clusters Analysis—Emerging MegacityCity Clusters Analysis—Developing CityCity Clusters Analysis—Economy and Mobility ConnectionCity Clusters Analysis—Mobility ChallengesCity Cluster Analysis—Traffic CongestionCity Cluster Analysis—ParkingCity Cluster Analysis—Road SafetyCity Cluster Analysis—Inadequate Public TransportCity Cluster Analysis—PollutionCity Clusters Analysis—Key FindingsCity Clusters Analysis—Implications for Future Mobility City Clusters Analysis—Future City ClustersCity Clusters—ConclusionChanging MobilityChanging Mobility—Factors Prompting the ChangeChanging Mobility—Initiatives Changing Mobility—Government Initiatives Changing Mobility—Government Initiatives (continued)Changing Mobility—Government Initiatives (continued)Changing Mobility—Government Initiatives (continued)Changing Mobility—Government Initiatives (continued)Changing Mobility—FactorsChanging Mobility—City Rating MethodologyChanging Mobility—The Top 5 CitiesChanging Mobility—Conclusion Mobility in Top 5 CitiesBeijing—Geography Beijing—Geography (continued) Beijing—Demography Beijing—EconomyBeijing—Modes of TransportBeijing—Public TransportationBeijing—Public Transportation (continued)Beijing—Public Transportation (continued)Beijing—Road ConstructionBeijing—Government PolicyBeijing—Government Policy (continued)Beijing—Vehicle SharingBeijing—Green VehiclesBeijing—Intelligent Mobility SystemBeijing—Intelligent Mobility System (continued)Future of Mobility in BeijingShenzhen—Geography Shenzhen—Geography (continued) Shenzhen—Demography Shenzhen—EconomyShenzhen—Modes of TransportShenzhen—Public TransportationShenzhen—Public Transportation (continued)Shenzhen—Public Transportation (continued)Shenzhen—Road ConstructionShenzhen—Government PolicyShenzhen—Vehicle SharingShenzhen—Green VehiclesShenzhen—Intelligent Mobility SystemShenzhen—Intelligent Mobility System (continued)Future of Mobility in ShenzhenTianjin—Geography Tianjin—Geography (continued) Tianjin—Demography Tianjin—EconomyTianjin—Modes of TransportTianjin—Public TransportationTianjin—Public Transportation (continued)Tianjin—Public Transportation (continued)Tianjin—Road ConstructionTianjin—Government PolicyTianjin—Vehicle SharingTianjin—Green VehiclesTianjin—Intelligent Mobility SystemTianjin—Intelligent Mobility System (continued)Future of Mobility in TianjinHangzhou—Geography Hangzhou—Geography (continued) Hangzhou—Demography Hangzhou—EconomyHangzhou—Modes of TransportHangzhou—Public TransportationHangzhou—Public Transport (continued)Hangzhou—Public Transportation (continued)Hangzhou—Road ConstructionHangzhou—Government PolicyHangzhou—Vehicle SharingHangzhou—Green VehiclesHangzhou—Intelligent Mobility SystemHangzhou—Intelligent Mobility System (continued)Future of Mobility in HangzhouShanghai—Geography Shanghai—Geography (continued) Shanghai—Demography Shanghai—EconomyShanghai—Modes of TransportShanghai—Public TransportationShanghai—Public Transportation (continued)Shanghai—Public Transportation (continued)Shanghai—Road ConstructionShanghai—Government PolicyShanghai—Vehicle SharingShanghai—Green VehiclesShanghai—Intelligent Mobility SystemShanghai—Intelligent Mobility System (continued)Future of Mobility in ShanghaiFuture of Mobility Study—ConclusionIntercity MobilityIntercity Mobility—Connectivity between AgglomerationsIntercity Mobility—Expressway NetworkIntercity Mobility—Fast Passenger RailwayIntercity Mobility—ConclusionFuture of Mobility—3S Mobility7 Dimensions Analysis—Determining Future Mobility7 Dimensions Analysis—Determining Future Mobility (continued)Future of Mobility—3S MobilityFuture of Mobility—Smart MobilityFuture of Mobility—Seamless MobilityFuture of Mobility—Sustainable MobilityFuture of Mobility—ConclusionKey Conclusions and Future OutlookEvolution of Mobility System and Urbanization 3S Mobility—Smart + Seamless + SustainableThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Learn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering MethodologyPopulation Density and Integrated Pollution Index in ChinaCluster EvolutionPotential Participants in Car Sharing MarketCase Study: B.A.T.—Baidu, Alibaba, and TencentElectric VehiclesElectric Vehicles (continued)Electric Vehicles (continued)Related ResearchRelated Research (continued)




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