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Impact of Work-from-home on Mobility Patterns, Scenario Analysis, 2030
|Published by||Frost & Sullivan||Product code||989910|
|Published||Content info||125 Pages
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|Impact of Work-from-home on Mobility Patterns, Scenario Analysis, 2030|
|Published: January 27, 2021||Content info: 125 Pages||
Understanding the Long-term Implications of Remote Working on the Mobility Patterns in Key Countries Around the World
Mobility across cities is highly influenced by Mega Trends, global events, changing work environments, and shifting industry structures, leading to a change in preferences among people. The COVID-19 pandemic has further pushed boundaries for industries and organizations to rethink the possibilities of their workforce working from home while people themselves have sought to consider new remote working set-ups away from congested cities.
The study seeks to analyze the changing dynamics and impact of remote working on overall mobility patterns in 2030, based on multiple scenarios across select countries-the US, the UK, France, Germany, India, Singapore, and Japan. It provides a guideline for key industry participants in mobility and various other stakeholders including cities to rethink future possibilities and enable strategy development for mobility 2030. The study also accounts for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy, industry, and population. With more than 15 parameters considered across macro and micro trends, the 3 2030 mobility scenarios offer an outlook into key trends such as private car parc, public transit trips, modal share, and mobility fleet size, among others.