Evolving Technologies and Consumer Attitudes Reshape the Curbside

Evolving Technologies and Consumer Attitudes Reshape the Curbside

This IDC Market Perspective analyzes the diversity of new and existing modes and use cases that should be considered as Smart Cities and communities pursue to redefine their curbsides. This includes an evaluation of these use cases across various key metrics including key problems addressed, maturity level, current supply and demand, likely direction of future demand, monetization possibilities, relative cost to implement, and the disadvantages/drawbacks of each. IDC also provides recommendations to Smart Cities and communities to help them better prepare for their own strategic evaluation."Cities have to evolve by embracing new ideas, emerging technology, and changing tides of constituent attitudes," says Matt Arcaro, research manager, Next-Generation Automotive and Transportation at IDC. "This is particularly true when you consider the number of potential options cities and urban planners can deploy along the curbside. These emerging options will introduce alternatives to support greater utilization, community engagement and, most importantly, positive outcomes."

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Executive Snapshot
New Market Developments and Dynamics
Introduction
Evaluations of Curbside Modes and Use Cases
Vehicle Parking (Excluding Short-Term/Loading Zones)
Short-Term/Loading Zones
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Micro-Mobility Service Vehicle Parking
Transit Priority
Bike Lanes
Green Space Reclamation
Advice for Smart Cities and Communities
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