In the Lion City, travel priorities merge on MaaS

Singapore’s limited and expensive parking, high population density and strong government support are spurring interest in shared mobility. By Megan Lampinen

Shared mobility has been gaining ground across Southeast Asia over the past few years and Singapore is leading the charge. Parking spots can be hard to find, and they don’t come cheap. In some densely populated central areas, the government requires developers to reduce the number of car parking lots in office buildings as a means of slowly nudging people away from ownership to alternative means of transport. Whether it’s carpooling or on-demand taxi services, residents are open to new modes of travel and the government is keen to support this….

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