Connectivity, automation, sharing and electrification—the four technology trends that make up CASE—are widely seen as shaping the future of mobility. They also have the potential to significantly alter the shape of our cities.
In combination, CASE mobility could transform almost all facets of city mobility, but attempting to implement all four at once is a daunting task. Cities must prioritise their most immediate mobility challenges, and combine this conclusion with their long-term mobility goals. The challenge is to accommodate and leverage CASE for maximum benefit.
In this report:
- Executive summary
- With careful management, CASE technology will transform city mobility
- Interview: Patrick Vergelas, Head of Renault Mobility Services
- Connectivity provides the foundation for smart cities
- Planning and technical innovation essential as cities prepare for autonomous vehicles
- How much will cities adapt to accommodate autonomous vehicles?
- From ownership to usership: why sharing could reshape city mobility
- London wants to make the private car a thing of the past
- Electrifying city mobility needs multiple action plans
- Leadership and partnerships essential for future city mobility
- Cities will be the first to experience next-generation mobility
‘Special Report: How will CASE mobility impact our cities?’ provides insight from a range of automotive industry stakeholders, including:
- Automated Vehicles Working Group
- Berylls Strategy Advisors
- Center for Automotive Research (CAR)
- Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell (Cenex)
- City of Toronto
- Navigant Research
- Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association
- Share Now (BMW/Daimler)
- Transit Wireless