Mobility as a Service Market

Mobility as a Service Market by Service (Ride Hailing, Car Sharing, Micro Mobility, Bus Sharing, Train), Solution, Application, Transportation, Vehicle Type, Operating System, Business Model and Region - Global Forecast to 2030

Report Code: AT 7286 Aug, 2020, by marketsandmarkets.com

[184 Pages Report] The global mobility as a service market size is projected to reach USD 70.4 billion by 2030, from an estimated USD 4.7 billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 31.1%.The growth of the global mobility as a service market is influenced by factors such as increasing urbanization and smart city initiatives, growing overall on demand mobility services, need to reduce CO2 emissions, and improved 4G/5G infrastructure and penetration of smartphones. Therefore, the mobility as a service market is expected to witness significant growth in the future.

Mobility as a Service Market

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COVID-19 Impact on Mobility as a Service Market

As this pandemic continues to spread rapidly at a global level, countries across the world are trying to prevent further contagion by taking measures such as social distancing, contact tracing, self-quarantining, surveillance, communication, and testing. So far, China, Japan, and Singapore have managed to flatten the curve, while the US, Brazil, India, Spain, Russia, and Italy are imposing drastic measures to slow down the spread and control fatalities. Companies such as Uber and Lyft have seen massive ride drops due to the COVID-19 crisis. People are avoiding these services due to the rising concerns regarding the spread of the virus. Additionally, with a majority of the population working from home, the use of public transport has reduced by around 70-80% worldwide. This has had a negative impact on the mobility as a service market, which has caused a decline in revenue across all regions. Recently, Spain witnessed a rise in its COVID-19 cases after it lifted its restrictions. South Korea recently announced that it witnessed a second wave of COVID-19 that may further disrupt transportation preferences. A second wave of the virus in other countries could further impact the growth of the MaaS market until a vaccine is developed.

  • In May 2020, Uber announced a lay-off of its 600 employees in India in a bid to cut costs amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
  • In May 2020, Ola announced a layoff of its 1,400 staff as its revenue fell by 95% because of the nation-wide lockdown
  • In April 2020, Lyft announced it would be reducing employee count by 17%, working out to 982 employees, and furloughing an additional 288, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on Lyft’s business.

Market Dynamics

DRIVER: Increasing urbanization and smart city initiatives

One of the most vital drivers for the development of MaaS is the rapid urbanization around the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is likely to increase to around 60% by 2025. The increasing number of cars used by a large section of this population has added to road traffic congestion and parking problems in urban areas. This has led to the rapid development of regularized public transport systems. Countries are now developing various projects with a major focus on inter-city public transport systems such as intra-city buses, metros, light rail, and high-speed rail. Smart cities, which need MaaS, offer efficient solutions to move traffic in a more convenient, faster, and less expensive manner, thus driving the market for these services.

RESTRAINT:Possible delay in investments due to COVID-19

The travel, hospitality, ride sharing, and in-venue entertainment sectors, among others, are some of the most impacted sectors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The unavailability of drivers, reluctance of passengers to use shared rides, and cost of sanitization SOPs are among the major challenges that ride sharing service providers would have to tackle. Looking at the present scenario, all stakeholders in the mobility as a service ecosystem are likely to be impacted. Big players could manage with their cash reserves; however, such situations would make startups vulnerable, since funding deals are likely to take longer to materialize as the pandemic has pushed investors and decision-making processes to the back burner. In addition, decision-makers may want to reassess the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic before investing, making them skeptical about investing in MaaS, considering the social distancing norms amid and post the COVID-19 scenario.

OPPORTUNITY: Increasing use of autonomous cars and electric vehicles

Autonomous cars are a quickly evolving technology, with Tesla leading the way. Autonomous self-driving vehicles are expected to be used for ride-sharing purposes and would create immense opportunities for MaaS. For instance, Waymo already has driverless cars picking up passengers, while in January 2020, General Motors’ self-driving car unit, Cruise, unveiled a prototype electric vehicle for its planned autonomous ride-sharing service. Ford has also indicated that it will have a self-driving fleet ready for ride sharing by 2021. MaaS, with autonomous cars, will require strong IoT backup since accessing all services will require connected vehicles and devices. Wi-Fi, 4G, GPS, Bluetooth, and 5G (upcoming) will play a vital role in MaaS. With the growing number of connected devices, ride sharing will be accessible to a larger user base in the future than it is today. Electric Mobility as a Service (eMaaS) is also gaining pace in the market. It combines highly innovative technologies and new business models to create conditions for large-scale adoption of electric vehicles. The use of electric vehicles not only reduces carbon emissions but also lowers noise and air pollution. It can also be cheaper to run per mile and reduces dependency on fossil fuels. Encouraging consumers with attractive subscriptions for multimodal transportation can create new opportunities in the MaaS market.

CHALLENGE: Integration of various stakeholders

Deploying MaaS platforms requires efforts from multiple stakeholders such as telecom operators, infrastructure providers, service providers, manufacturers, the public sector, and user groups. Government authorities in several regions prefer the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model to implement a project. This model enables private sector companies to participate in the government’s initiatives or vice versa to deploy and finance projects. The integration of public and private transportation providers becomes a challenging task. Private transport is on-demand, and public transport depends on the supply and demand ratio. The availability of MaaS infrastructure is a major challenge since this depends on respective governments and their policies or willingness to adopt change. This, along with public acceptance and authority/leadership issues within private or public establishments, could be a major barrier for the mobility as a service market. The question of leadership is fundamental to the development processes of MaaS. Experts suggest that though public-sector leadership can be crucial for the development and implementation of MaaS, the private sector leadership may also be necessary to develop innovative services.

Mobility as a Service Ecosystem

Mobility as a Service Market

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Ride hailing segment estimated to be the largest market during the forecast period

The ride hailing segment is expected to command the largest share of the MaaS market due to its global acceptance at all levels— from personal use to enterprise use due to its ease of booking and the comfort it provides. Factors such as ease of booking, increasing traffic congestion, passenger comfort & convenience, and government initiatives to increase awareness among people regarding air pollution are boosting the demand for ride sharing, predominantly e-hailing. Ride hailing can be easily integrated with public transport since it is an on-demand transportation service that can be accessed by a single user. However, it may be inconvenient using public transport (trains and buses) in urgent situations as well as in situations like the current COVID-19 pandemic, which has created more demand for e-hailing services to maintain social distancing, leading to the use of more ride-sharing services instead of public transport. MaaS providers have already started to partner with ride hailing service providers to integrate their services with other modes of transportation. For instance, Moovit Inc., the leading mobility application, entered into a partnership with Uber to understand real-time traffic management. Uber is also moving into the MaaS market, extending its ride hailing services with new mobility offerings.

Android segment to grow at the fastest CAGR from 2020 to 2030

Today, more than half of the world’s population lives in developing countries where the usage of Android smartphones is higher than iOS ones. According to MarketsandMarkets analysis, the market share of Android is estimated at 64.3% and is projected to be 65.0% by 2030. The share of the MaaS market is larger in North America and Europe, where the use of iOS is on the higher side. However, with the growth of the market in Asia Oceania and RoW, the growth of Android applications will be predominant. Furthermore, the growth of Android OS is expected to be driven by more usage of Samsung and LG smartphones in Latin America. Hence, the MaaS market for Android will register the fastest growth and the largest share during the forecast period.

Private transportation segment to hold the largest market share during the forecast period

Private transportation constitutes services that provide easy integration into MaaS platforms, which can have significant implications on the sector. Hence, it is expected to hold the dominant share of 93.7% in 2020. The growing need for personal mobility in the wake of rising urbanization and fall in car ownership are the major factors contributing to the growth of the private transportation segment in the MaaS market. In the future, MaaS could make it unnecessary for a city resident to own a private car, and hence, the use of private transportation services will show significant growth.

Mobility as a Service Market  by Region

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Asia Oceania is projected to be the largest market by 2030

A high population growth rate in the region, as well as the increasing urbanization, have intensified the need for efficient transportation. Developing countries in Asia Oceania are expected to experience significant growth in urban transportation with many countries in the region shifting their focus toward smart personal mobility to reduce travel time and congestion. The market size in Asia Oceania is estimated to be the second largest, at USD 1,550 million in 2020, which can be attributed to the significant growth potential in India, China, Australia, and Singapore. However, with increasing focus on smart cities and improving 5G infrastructure, Asia Oceania is projected to have the largest market share by 2030.

Key Market Players & Start-ups

The global mobility as a service market is dominated by major players such as Moovit Inc. (Israel), MaaS Global Oy (Finland), Citymapper (UK), Mobilleo (UK), SkedGo Pty Ltd (Australia), UbiGo (Sweden), Splyt (UK), Qixxit (Germany), Communauto (Canada), and Tranzer (Netherlands). These companies offer extensive MaaS services and have strong distribution networks at a global level. These companies have developed new solutions; adopted expansion strategies; and undertaken collaborations, partnerships, and mergers & acquisitions to gain traction in the growing market for mobility as a service.

Scope of the Report

Report Metric

Details

Market size available for years

2020–2030

Base year considered

2020

Forecast period

2020–2030

Forecast units

Value (USD Million)

Segments covered

By Service Type, Solution Type, Transportation Type, Vehicle Type, Application Type, Operating System, Business Model, and Region

Geographies covered

North America, Asia Oceania, Europe, and Rest of the World

Companies covered

Moovit Inc. (Israel), MaaS Global Oy (Finland), Citymapper (UK), Mobilleo (UK), SkedGo Pty Ltd (Australia) (Total of 20 companies)

The study categorizes the mobility as a service market based on service type, solution type, transportation type, vehicle type, application type, operating system, and business model at regional and global level.

By Service Type

  • Ride Hailing
  • Car Sharing
  • Micromobility
  • Bus Sharing
  • Train Services

By Solution Type

  • Technology Platforms
  • Payment Engines
  • Navigation Solutions
  • Telecom Connectivity Providers
  • Ticketing Solutions
  • Insurance Services

By Transportation Type

  • Public
  • Private

By Vehicle Type

  • Micromobility
  • Four-wheelers
  • Buses
  • Trains

By Application Type

  • Personalized Application Services
  • Journey Management
  • Journey Planning
  • Flexible Payments & Transactions

By Operating System

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Others (Linux, Symbian OS, Blackberry OS, Windows, and KaiOS)

By Business Model

  • Business-to-Business
  • Business-to-Consumer
  • Peer-to-Peer

By Region

  • Asia Oceania
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Rest of the World

Recent Developments

  • In May 2020, MaaS Global Oy partnered with Enfuce, Finland’s largest fintech startup, to launch a card payment offering on its Whim mobility app. The partnership enabled MaaS Global to issue Mastercard prepaid cards and expand its offering to new markets.
  • In May 2020, SkedGo launched a new feature that enables passengers to assess crowding levels before they travel, supporting journey planning during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The feature allows passengers to choose quieter routes and carriages, or switch to alternative forms of transport such as cycling or e-scooters to maintain social distancing. The occupancy feature has been trialled using open source data from Transport for New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and can be rolled out worldwide, depending on data availability.
  • In April 2020, Moovit launched an Emergency Mobilization On-Demand solution to help essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Created for transit agencies and enterprises, Moovit’s technology transformed vehicle fleets into an on-demand service to get critical workers to their destination without endangering their health. The new solution has already been implemented in several cities to help employees commute safely to work.
  • In April 2019, Mobilleo included a Ride Hailing travel option that locates and calls a nearby taxi service. Partnerships with several taxi suppliers have enabled Mobilleo to aggregate all available taxi services into one, easy-to-navigate platform. Through Ride Hailing, a traveler can now use a single platform to book a taxi anywhere around the globe.
  • In February 2019, Citymapper announced its Citymapper Pass, a subscription to all mobility with a smart travel card, integrated with its multimodal mobility app. The company launched it in London for public transport, cycles, and cabs.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION (Page No. - 25)
    1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
    1.2 MARKET & PRODUCT DEFINITION
           1.2.1 ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS/TERMS
    1.3 INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS
    1.4 MARKET SCOPE
           FIGURE 1 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SEGMENTATION
    1.5 STAKEHOLDERS
    1.6 CURRENCY
    1.7 SUMMARY OF CHANGES

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (Page No. - 30)
    2.1 RESEARCH DATA
           FIGURE 2 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN
           FIGURE 3 RESEARCH DESIGN MODEL
    2.2 SECONDARY DATA
           2.2.1 KEY SECONDARY SOURCES
           2.2.2 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES
           2.2.3 PRIMARY DATA
                    FIGURE 4 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY INTERVIEWS
           2.2.4 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES & DATA COLLECTION METHODS
           2.2.5 PRIMARY PARTICIPANTS
    2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
           2.3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
                    FIGURE 5 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
    2.4 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION
           FIGURE 6 DATA TRIANGULATION
    2.5 ASSUMPTIONS

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Page No. - 38)
    3.1 PRE- AND POST-COVID-19 SCENARIO
           FIGURE 7 PRE- AND POST-COVID-19 SCENARIO: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
           TABLE 1 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET: PRE- VS. POST-COVID-19 SCENARIO, 2020–2030 (MILLION USD)
    3.2 REPORT SUMMARY
    3.3 REPORT SUMMARY
           FIGURE 8 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET OUTLOOK
           FIGURE 9 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS (Page No. - 42)
    4.1 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET OVERVIEW
           FIGURE 10 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
    4.2 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SOLUTION TYPE
           FIGURE 11 TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM SOLUTIONS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.3 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE
                               FIGURE 12 RIDE HAILING SEGMENT TO LEAD MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.4 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY APPLICATION TYPE
           FIGURE 13 JOURNEY PLANNING SEGMENT TO HOLD LARGEST MARKET SHARE DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.5 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE
           FIGURE 14 FOUR-WHEELERS SEGMENT SET TO DOMINATE MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.6 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY OPERATING SYSTEM
           FIGURE 15 ANDROID TO BE FASTEST-GROWING SEGMENT DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.7 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL
           FIGURE 16 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS SEGMENT TO HOLD LARGEST SHARE DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.8 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TRANSPORTATION TYPE
           FIGURE 17 PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION TO COMMAND LARGEST MARKET SHARE DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.9 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION
           FIGURE 18 ASIA OCEANIA ANTICIPATED TO BE LARGEST MARKET BY 2030

5 MARKET OVERVIEW (Page No. - 47)
    5.1 INTRODUCTION
    5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS
           FIGURE 19 DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND CHALLENGES IMPACTING THE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
           5.2.1 DRIVERS
                    5.2.1.1 Increasing urbanization and smart city initiatives
                               TABLE 2 UPCOMING RAIL PROJECTS
                    5.2.1.2 Improving 4G/5G infrastructure and penetration of smartphones
                               FIGURE 20 GLOBAL INTERNET USAGE, 2001-2019 (BILLION)
                    5.2.1.3 Need to reduce CO2 emissions
           5.2.2 RESTRAINTS
                    5.2.2.1 Possible delay in investments due to COVID-19
                    5.2.2.2 Increase in demand for car rentals/station-based car rentals post-pandemic
           5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES
                    5.2.3.1 Increasing use of autonomous cars and electric vehicles
                    5.2.3.2 Combining big data with new autonomous transport systems to refine MaaS offerings
           5.2.4 CHALLENGES
                    5.2.4.1 Integration of various stakeholders
                    5.2.4.2 Limited connectivity in developing countries
    5.3 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES
           5.3.1 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
                    FIGURE 21 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
                    FIGURE 22 INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY IN THE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET IS CONSIDERED MEDIUM
                    TABLE 3 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
                    5.3.1.1 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry
                               FIGURE 23 SERVICE PORTFOLIO/MAAS SOLUTION OFFERINGS LEAD TO A HIGH DEGREE OF COMPETITION IN THE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
                    5.3.1.2 Threat of new entrants
                               FIGURE 24 ADJACENT MARKET ENTRANTS AND REGULATORY CHALLENGES MAKE NEW ENTRY DIFFICULT
                    5.3.1.3 Threat of substitutes
                               FIGURE 25 SUBSTITUTE MOBILITY PROVIDERS ARE A THREAT TO MAAS PLAYERS
                    5.3.1.4 Bargaining power of suppliers
                               FIGURE 26 IMPACT OF TELECOM PROVIDERS & PAYMENT GATEWAY PROVIDERS IS HIGH
                    5.3.1.5 Bargaining power of buyers
                               FIGURE 27 VEHICLE OWNERSHIP MAKES THE BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS HIGH
    5.4 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SCENARIO
           FIGURE 28 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SCENARIO 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
           5.4.1 MOST LIKELY/REALISTIC SCENARIO
                    TABLE 4 REALISTIC SCENARIO: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
           5.4.2 HIGH COVID-19 IMPACT SCENARIO
                    TABLE 5 HIGH COVID-19 IMPACT SCENARIO: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
           5.4.3 LOW COVID-19 IMPACT SCENARIO
                    TABLE 6 LOW COVID-19 IMPACT SCENARIO: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    5.5 REVENUE SHIFT DRIVING MARKET GROWTH
    5.6 ECOSYSTEM ANALYSIS
           FIGURE 29 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE ECOSYSTEM

6 INDUSTRY OVERVIEW (Page No. - 62)
    6.1 MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION PLANS
    6.2 REGULATORY CHALLENGES
           TABLE 7 KEY REGULATORY CHALLENGES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MAAS
           6.2.1 MARKET ACCESS & INTEGRATION BARRIERS
           6.2.2 SALES CHANNEL RESTRICTIONS & PAYMENT INTEGRATION
           6.2.3 UNDEFINED PRINCIPLES FOR DATA SHARING & ACCESS
    6.3 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
    6.4 PRICING MODELS
    6.5 IMPACT ANALYSIS
           6.5.1 IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON MAAS MARKET
           6.5.2 COVID-19 HEALTH ASSESSMENT
                    FIGURE 30 COVID-19 PROPAGATION: SELECT COUNTRIES
                    FIGURE 31 GDP GROWTH (% IN 2020)
           6.5.3 IMPACT OF SMART CITIES ON MAAS
           6.5.4 IMPACT OF MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION ON MAAS
           6.5.5 IMPACT OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES ON MAAS
           6.5.6 FIRST-MILE & LAST-MILE

7 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE (Page No. - 69)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
    7.1 INTRODUCTION
           7.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
           7.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
           7.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                    FIGURE 32 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
                    TABLE 8 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    7.2 RIDE HAILING
           7.2.1 E-HAILING WILL DRIVE THE USE OF RIDE HAILING SERVICES
                    TABLE 9 RIDE HAILING: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    7.3 CAR SHARING
           7.3.1 PRESENCE OF TOP SERVICE PROVIDERS IN EUROPE BOOSTS CAR SHARING SEGMENT
                    TABLE 10 CAR SHARING - TOP PLAYERS
                    TABLE 11 CAR SHARING: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    7.4 MICROMOBILITY
           7.4.1 INCREASING USE OF E-SCOOTERS DRIVES MICROMOBILITY SERVICES
                    TABLE 12 MICROMOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    7.5 BUS SHARING
           7.5.1 BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN EUROPE PROPEL BUS SHARING SEGMENT
                    TABLE 13 BUS SHARING: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    7.6 TRAIN SERVICES
           7.6.1 VARIOUS ROLLING STOCK OPTIONS BOOSTS TRAIN SERVICES SEGMENT
                    TABLE 14 TRAIN SERVICES: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

8 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL (Page No. - 77)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
    8.1 INTRODUCTION
           8.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
           8.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
           8.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                    FIGURE 33 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
                    TABLE 15 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    8.2 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS
           8.2.1 EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA ARE KEY MARKETS IN B2B SEGMENT
                    TABLE 16 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    8.3 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER
           8.3.1 ASIA OCEANIA LEADS IN B2C SEGMENT
                    TABLE 17 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    8.4 PEER-TO-PEER
           8.4.1 ROW TO BE FASTEST-GROWING MARKET IN P2P SEGMENT
                    TABLE 18 PEER-TO-PEER: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

9 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SOLUTION TYPE (Page No. - 82)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
    9.1 INTRODUCTION
           9.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
           9.1.2 ASSUMPTION
           9.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                    FIGURE 34 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SOLUTION TYPE, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
                    TABLE 19 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SOLUTION TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.2 TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS
           9.2.1 BIG DATA, IOT, AND MOBILES TO DRIVE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS SEGMENT
                    TABLE 20 TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.3 PAYMENT ENGINES
           9.3.1 ASIA OCEANIA TO LEAD PAYMENT ENGINES SEGMENT THROUGH FORECAST PERIOD
                    TABLE 21 PAYMENT ENGINES: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.4 NAVIGATION SOLUTIONS
           9.4.1 REAL-TIME DATA AND ROUTE PLANNING FEATURES BOOST MARKET FOR NAVIGATION SOLUTIONS
                    TABLE 22 NAVIGATION SOLUTIONS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.5 TELECOM CONNECTIVITY PROVIDERS
           9.5.1 5G INFRASTRUCTURE IN ASIA OCEANIA TO BE FAVORABLE FOR TELECOM CONNECTIVITY PROVIDERS
                    TABLE 23 TELECOM CONNECTIVITY PROVIDERS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.6 TICKETING SOLUTIONS
           9.6.1 INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC TICKETING WOULD BE KEY TO FUTURE OF MAAS
                    TABLE 24 TICKETING SOLUTIONS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
    9.7 INSURANCE SERVICES
           9.7.1 INCREASING INTEGRATION OF VEHICLES DRIVES INSURANCE SERVICES SEGMENT
                    TABLE 25 INSURANCE SERVICES: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

10 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TRANSPORTATION TYPE (Page No. - 89)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
     10.1 INTRODUCTION
             10.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
             10.1.2 ASSUMPTION
             10.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                       FIGURE 35 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TRANSPORTATION TYPE, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
                       TABLE 26 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY TRANSPORTATION TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     10.2 PRIVATE
             10.2.1 GROWING NEED FOR PERSONAL MOBILITY OPTIONS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC BOOSTS PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION SEGMENT
                       TABLE 27 PRIVATE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     10.3 PUBLIC
             10.3.1 REDUCED PASSENGER TRIPS LIKELY TO HINDER GROWTH OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
                       TABLE 28 PUBLIC MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

11 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE (Page No. - 94)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
     11.1 INTRODUCTION
             11.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
             11.1.2 ASSUMPTION
             11.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                       FIGURE 36 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
                       TABLE 29 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     11.2 BUSES
             11.2.1 LIMITED SEATING CAPACITY IN BUSES DUE TO ONGOING COVID-19 CRISIS IMPACTS SEGMENT GROWTH
                       TABLE 30 BUSES: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     11.3 FOUR-WHEELERS
             11.3.1 INDIVIDUAL RIDE HAILING REMAINS SAFEST COMMUTE OPTION DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK
                       TABLE 31 FOUR-WHEELERS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     11.4 MICROMOBILITY
             11.4.1 HEALTH CONSCIOUSNESS AMID COVID-19 PANDEMIC INCREASES USE OF MICROMOBILITY
                       TABLE 32 MICROMOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     11.5 TRAINS
             11.5.1 LIMITED SCHEDULES OF PASSENGER TRAINS NEGATIVELY AFFECT SEGMENT GROWTH
                       TABLE 33 TRAINS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

12 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY APPLICATION TYPE (Page No. - 101)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
     12.1 INTRODUCTION
             12.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
             12.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
             12.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                       FIGURE 37 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
                       TABLE 34 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     12.2 PERSONALIZED APPLICATION SERVICES
             12.2.1 MULTIPLE FEATURES IN PERSONALIZED APPLICATION SERVICES DRIVES SEGMENT GROWTH
                       TABLE 35 PERSONALIZED APPLICATION SERVICES: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     12.3 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT
             12.3.1 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT TO BE FASTEST-GROWING SEGMENT DURING FORECAST PERIOD
                       TABLE 36 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     12.4 JOURNEY PLANNING
             12.4.1 AVAILABILITY OF REAL-TIME DATA DRIVES JOURNEY PLANNING SEGMENT
                       TABLE 37 JOURNEY PLANNING: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     12.5 FLEXIBLE PAYMENTS & TRANSACTIONS
             12.5.1 USER-FRIENDLY PAYMENT OPTIONS BOOST FLEXIBLE PAYMENTS & TRANSACTIONS SEGMENT
                       TABLE 38 FLEXIBLE PAYMENTS & TRANSACTIONS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

13 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY OPERATING SYSTEM (Page No. - 107)
The Chapter is Further Segmented at Regional Level and Regions Considered are Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and RoW
     13.1 INTRODUCTION
             13.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
             13.1.2 ASSUMPTION
             13.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                       FIGURE 38 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY OPERATING SYSTEM, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
                       TABLE 39 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY OPERATING SYSTEM, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     13.2 ANDROID
             13.2.1 ANDROID SEGMENT TO DOMINATE GLOBAL MARKET THROUGH FORECAST PERIOD
                       TABLE 40 ANDROID: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     13.3 IOS
             13.3.1 IOS SEGMENT TO DOMINATE MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA THROUGH FORECAST PERIOD
                       TABLE 41 IOS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     13.4 OTHERS
             13.4.1 OTHERS SEGMENT TO HAVE NEGLIGIBLE MARKET SHARE AMONG OPERATING SYSTEMS
                       TABLE 42 OTHERS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

14 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION (Page No. - 113)
The Chapter is Further Segmented by Service Type – Ride Hailing, Car Sharing, Micromobility, Bus Sharing, Train
     14.1 INTRODUCTION
             14.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
             14.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
             14.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
                       FIGURE 39 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
                       TABLE 43 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     14.2 ASIA OCEANIA
               FIGURE 40 ASIA OCEANIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SNAPSHOT
               TABLE 44 ASIA OCEANIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.1 CHINA
                       14.2.1.1 Increasing sales of electric vehicles expected to drive market in China
                                   TABLE 45 CHINA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.2 JAPAN
                       14.2.2.1 Presence of local MaaS players to drive Japanese market
                                   TABLE 46 JAPAN: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.3 SINGAPORE
                       14.2.3.1 Increasing government focus on clean transportation to drive market in Singapore
                                   TABLE 47 SINGAPORE: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.4 AUSTRALIA
                       14.2.4.1 MaaS partnerships and agreements key to market success in Australia
                                   TABLE 48 AUSTRALIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.5 INDONESIA
                       14.2.5.1 New public transport system in Jakarta to drive market in Indonesia
                                   TABLE 49 INDONESIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.2.6 INDIA
                       14.2.6.1 India to present significant opportunities for MaaS market in near future
                                   TABLE 50 INDIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     14.3 EUROPE
               FIGURE 41 EUROPE: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SNAPSHOT
               TABLE 51 EUROPE: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.1 FINLAND
                       14.3.1.1 Whim expected to drive mobility as a service market in Finland
                                   TABLE 52 FINLAND: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.2 GERMANY
                       14.3.2.1 Presence of major automotive OEMs expected to drive market in Germany
                                   TABLE 53 GERMANY: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.3 FRANCE
                       14.3.3.1 Local ride hailing companies dominate MaaS market in France
                                   TABLE 54 FRANCE: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.4 UK
                       14.3.4.1 Investment in smart transportation expected to drive market in the UK
                                   TABLE 55 UK: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.5 SPAIN
                       14.3.5.1 Efficient mobility infrastructure drives market in Spain
                                   TABLE 56 SPAIN: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.6 NETHERLANDS
                       14.3.6.1 Ride hailing segment to drive market in the Netherlands
                                   TABLE 57 NETHERLANDS: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.7 ITALY
                       14.3.7.1 Increasing use of shared mobility in Rome and Milan boosts market in Italy
                                   TABLE 58 ITALY: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.8 RUSSIA
                       14.3.8.1 Moscow to dominate MaaS market in Russia
                                   TABLE 59 RUSSIA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.3.9 TURKEY
                       14.3.9.1 Demand for smart mobility creates opportunities for market in Turkey
                                   TABLE 60 TURKEY: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     14.4 NORTH AMERICA
               FIGURE 42 NORTH AMERICA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
               TABLE 61 NORTH AMERICA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.4.1 US
                       14.4.1.1 Market in the US to witness short-term decline as an impact of COVID-19 pandemic
                                   TABLE 62 US: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.4.2 CANADA
                       14.4.2.1 Communauto and Velocia Inc. influence the Canadian market
                                   TABLE 63 CANADA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.4.3 MEXICO
                       14.4.3.1 Need to reduce traffic congestion and pollution propels market in Mexico
                                   TABLE 64 MEXICO: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
     14.5 REST OF THE WORLD
               FIGURE 43 REST OF THE WORLD: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, 2020 VS. 2030 (USD MILLION)
               TABLE 65 REST OF THE WORLD: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.5.1 BRAZIL
                       14.5.1.1 Growing popularity of ride sharing services to influence market in Brazil
                                   TABLE 66 BRAZIL: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)
             14.5.2 SOUTH AFRICA
                       14.5.2.1 Emergence of local ride hailing companies to drive market in South Africa
                                   TABLE 67 SOUTH AFRICA: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020–2030 (USD MILLION)

15 RECOMMENDATIONS BY MARKETSANDMARKETS (Page No. - 138)
     15.1 FOCUS ON SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES TO ENSURE RAPID REVENUE GROWTH FOR MAAS PLAYERS
             15.1.1 LUCRATIVE SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES FOR MAAS USERS IN EUROPE
             15.1.2 FOCUS ON MAAS-BASED TRAIN SERVICES IN ASIA OCEANIA

16 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE (Page No. - 140)
     16.1 OVERVIEW
     16.2 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK
               FIGURE 44 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE
     16.3 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE: MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
               FIGURE 45 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2020
     16.4 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE: MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS
               FIGURE 46 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE: TOP 5 PLAYERS
               FIGURE 47 COMPANIES ADOPTED NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & PARTNERSHIPS/ AGREEMENTS/SUPPLY CONTRACTS AS THE KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES, 2018–2020
     16.5 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO
               TABLE 68 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS/LAUNCHES (2018–2020)
             16.5.1 EXPANSIONS (2018–2020)
                       TABLE 69 EXPANSIONS
             16.5.2 PARTNERSHIPS/CONTRACTS/ACQUISITIONS (2018–2020)
                       TABLE 70 PARTNERSHIPS/CONTRACTS/ACQUISITIONS
     16.6 RIGHT TO WIN

17 COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX AND COMPANY PROFILES (Page No. - 152)
     17.1 COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX – MAAS PLAYERS
             17.1.1 TERMINOLOGY
             17.1.2 STARS
             17.1.3 EMERGING LEADERS
             17.1.4 PERVASIVE PLAYERS
             17.1.5 EMERGING COMPANIES
                       FIGURE 48 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET: COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX (2020)
     17.2 STRENGTH OF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
               FIGURE 49 PRODUCT PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS OF TOP PLAYERS IN THE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
     17.3 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE
               FIGURE 50 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE OF TOP PLAYERS IN THE MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET
     17.4 COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX – AUTOMOTIVE OEMS
     17.5 COMPANY PROFILES
(Business overview, Products offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, MNM view)*
             17.5.1 CITYMAPPER
                       TABLE 71 CITYMAPPER: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.2 WHIM (MAAS GLOBAL OY)
                       TABLE 72 WHIM (MAAS GLOBAL OY): ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 73 WHIM (MAAS GLOBAL OY): INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.3 MOOVIT
                       TABLE 74 MOOVIT: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 75 MOOVIT: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.4 MOBILLEO (FLEETONDEMAND)
                       TABLE 76 MOBILLEO (FLEETONDEMAND): ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 77 MOBILLEO (FLEETONDEMAND): INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.5 SKEDGO
                       TABLE 78 SKEDGO: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 79 SKEDGO: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.6 UBIGO
                       TABLE 80 UBIGO: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.7 SPLYT TECHNOLOGIES
                       TABLE 81 SPLYT TECHNOLOGIES: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.8 COMMUNAUTO
                       TABLE 82 COMMUNAUTO: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENTS
             17.5.9 QIXXIT
                       TABLE 83 QIXXIT: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT
                       TABLE 84 QIXXIT: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENT
               17.5.10 TRANZER
                       TABLE 85 TRANZER: INORGANIC DEVELOPMENT
*Details on Business overview, Products offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, MNM view might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
               17.5.11 ADDITIONAL COMPANIES
            17.5.11.1 Europe
                     17.5.11.1.1 Moovel Group (REACH NOW)
                     17.5.11.1.2 Smile Mobility
                     17.5.11.1.3 SHARE NOW GmbH
            17.5.11.2 North America
                     17.5.11.2.1 Velocia
                     17.5.11.2.2 Uber
                     17.5.11.2.3 Lyft
            17.5.11.3 Asia Oceania
                     17.5.11.3.1 DiDi Chuxing
                     17.5.11.3.2 Grab
                     17.5.11.3.3 mobilityX Pte Ltd
                     17.5.11.3.4 Bridj

18 APPENDIX (Page No. - 175)
     18.1 KEY INSIGHTS FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS
     18.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE
     18.3 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL
     18.4 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS
             18.4.1 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY CITY
                       18.4.1.1 Helsinki
                       18.4.1.2 Rome
                       18.4.1.3 Paris
                       18.4.1.4 Los Angeles
                       18.4.1.5 Hanover
                       18.4.1.6 Berlin
                       18.4.1.7 Sydney
             18.4.2 MOBILITY AS A SERVICE MARKET, BY PROPULSION
                       18.4.2.1 Electric
                       18.4.2.2 Hybrid
                       18.4.2.3 Gasoline
                       18.4.2.4 CNG/LPG
     18.5 RELATED REPORTS
     18.6 AUTHOR DETAILS

The study involved four major activities in estimating the current size of the mobility as a service market. Exhaustive secondary research was done to collect information on the market, the peer market, and the parent market. The next step was to validate these findings, assumptions, and sizing with the industry experts across value chains through primary research. The bottom-up and top-down approaches were employed to estimate the complete market size. Thereafter, market breakdown and data triangulation processes were used to estimate the market size of segments and subsegments.

Secondary Research

In the secondary research process, various secondary sources such as company websites, press releases, industry association publications, MaaS magazine articles, directories, technical handbooks, World Economic Outlook, trade websites, and technical articles have been used to identify and collect information useful for an extensive commercial study of the global mobility as a service market.

Primary Research

In the primary research process, various primary sources from both supply and demand sides were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information on the market. The primary sources from the supply side included various industry experts, such as CXOs, vice presidents, directors from business development, marketing, product development/innovation teams, and related key executives from various key companies. Various system integrators, industry associations, independent consultants/industry veterans, and key opinion leaders were also interviewed.

Primary interviews have been conducted to gather insights such as MaaS market forecast, current technology trends, and upcoming technologies in the MaaS industry. Data triangulation of all these points was done with the information gathered from secondary research. Stakeholders from supply-side have been interviewed to understand their views on the points mentioned above.

Primary interviews have been conducted with market experts from supply-side (MaaS providers) players across four major regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia Oceania, and Rest of the World. Primary data has been collected through questionnaires, emails, and telephonic interviews. In the canvassing of primaries, we have strived to cover various departments within organizations, such as sales and operations, to provide a holistic viewpoint in our report.

After interacting with industry experts, we have also conducted brief sessions with highly experienced independent consultants to reinforce the findings from our primaries. This, along with the in-house subject matter experts’ opinions, has led us to the findings as described in the remainder of this report.

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Market Size Estimation

The bottom-up approach was used to estimate and validate the size of the MaaS market by service type, transportation type, vehicle type, solution type, operating system, and application type. To determine the MaaS market size by service type, the country-level estimated share of MaaS for each service was multiplied with the overall ride sharing market, which includes ride hailing, car sharing, micromobility, bus sharing, and train services.

The country-level market sizes were summed up to arrive at the regional market size, which is further added to derive the global MaaS market size. The market size of the solution type and operating system segments was derived based on the country-level penetration of MaaS and operating systems in smartphones. Similarly, the application type segment size was derived based on the penetration of MaaS across different countries and the usage level by people. The business model segment size was derived based on acceptance patterns in business-to-business vs. business-to-consumer models, along with penetration in the peer-to-peer model.

Further, the regional market for transportation type and vehicle type was derived by adding the market numbers for different services relevant for specific transportation or vehicle types.

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Data Triangulation

All percentage shares, splits, and breakdowns were determined using secondary sources and verified through primary sources. All parameters that are expected to affect the markets covered in this research study were accounted for, viewed in extensive detail, verified through primary research, and analyzed to obtain the final quantitative and qualitative data. This data was consolidated, supplemented with detailed inputs and analysis from MarketsandMarkets, and presented in the report.

Report Objectives

  • To analyze and forecast the market size for mobility as a service (MaaS) from 2020 to 2030, in terms of value (USD million)
  • To define and describe the mobility as a service market by service type, business model, solution type, transportation type, vehicle type, application type, operating system, and region
    • By service type (ride hailing, car sharing, micromobility, bus sharing, and train services)
    • By business model (business-to-business, business-to-consumer, and peer-to-peer)
    • By solution type (technology platforms, payment engines, navigation solutions, telecom connectivity providers, ticketing solutions, and insurance services)
    • By transportation type (private and public)
    • By vehicle type (buses, four-wheelers, micromobility, and trains)
    • By application type (personalized application services, journey management, journey planning, flexible payments & transactions)
    • By operating system (Android, iOS, and others)
    • By region (Asia Oceania, Europe, North America, and Rest of the World)
  • To understand the dynamics (drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges) of the mobility as a service market
  • To analyze the share of key players operating in the mobility as a service market
  • To understand the dynamics of competitors and distinguish them into stars, emerging leaders, pervasive players, and emerging companies according to the strength of their product portfolio and business strategies
  • To analyze recent developments, such as agreements/partnerships/collaborations, joint ventures/mergers & acquisitions, geographic expansions, and new product launches, of key players in the mobility as a service market

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  • Helsinki
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  • Paris
  • Los Angeles
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  • Berlin
  • Sydney

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mobility as a service market, by propulsion

  • Electric
  • Hybrid
  • Gasoline
  • CNG/LPG

Note: This will be further segmented by region.

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