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China’s mobility revolution aims for smart, seamless and sustainable

Automotive World speaks to F&S on the implications of China's changing mobility trends

Mobility patterns in China are being reshaped by urbanisation, stricter environmental legislation and digital technology. New research from Frost & Sullivan (F&S) indicates that cities are increasingly promoting public transport, car sharing and transport-related devices and mobile apps to handle the country's growing urban population and its impact on the transportation segment. A big part of this involvement is transport's link to the economy, with traffic congestion costing the country an economic loss of US$48.8bn in 2010. Automotive World spoke to F&S Automotive and Transportation Research Analyst Will Wong about some of the implications of China's changing mobility trends.

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