Strategic Analysis of the Future of Mobility in China
Executive Summary—Key Findings
More initiatives are expected to create a positive impact on the mobility system.
Future of Mobility: Key Findings, China, 2013
Regional and City Differences
GDP per capita differences between eastern China and the other two regions were more than % in 2012.
Car parc per people in eastern China was at least % higher than that of other regions in 2012.
Eastern cities accounted for % of the GDP of the total cities, while representing % of the total size of cities in China in 2011.
Main cities are grouped into clusters depending on their level of urbanization and mobility.
5 megacities in 2012 → megacities in 2024.
13 emerging megacities in 2012 → emerging megacities in 2024.
17 developing cities in 2012 → developing cities in 2024.
�� cities are implementing the circulation restriction policy, while others are implementing the quota system.
Megacities and emerging megacities are most likely to apply car controlling policies.
Beijing, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Hangzhou, and Shanghai are the cities which are implementing major changes in their transport system.
3S Mobility—Smart + Seamless + Sustainable
A transit-oriented, efficient, and eco-friendly transport system is being developed.
An efficient 3S mobility system is expected to be in place by 2035.
About this report
This research service provides a strategic analysis of the future of mobility in China from 2013 to 2024. It analyses China’s mobility solutions and provides an understanding of the country’s future mobility circumstances and management. The research service includes an overview of differences in development across regions in China; it discusses the urban and mobility development of 35 main cities and also the future of the transportation system in China.
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