Growing use of ride-hailing and ride-sharing could shift the industry focus away from a driver-based economy to a passenger-based one. Interest is clearly strong – some estimates peg the emerging segment’s worth at US$300bn by 2030. Notably, the users of these schemes are no longer driving the vehicles themselves – they are all passengers. The key is to figure out what the next generation of passenger experience looks like and provide what is needed….
Alternative mobility opens in-car real estate opportunities
Ride-hailing and ride-sharing shift the focus from a driver-based economy to a passenger-based one, writes Megan Lampinen