Top mobility trends for 2024


Top mobility trends for 2024

Since the development of cars, trains, and aeroplanes throughout the last century, our means of transportation have undergone a rapid transformation. The desire for greater sustainability and the necessity to adjust to changes in human behaviour are the two key motivations. Today we are discussing the top mobility trends for 2024.

The Mobility Report 2024, released by the Future Institute, identifies the global emergence and growth of a mobile culture as the mobility megatrend. Mobility Trends 2024, written by Dr. Stefan Carsten and experts on the future of cities and mobility, covers daily travel, personal or business travel, as well as the transportation of people and products.

Mobility spaces

Mobility Hubs are the new centres of mobility. They serve as both hubs for the integration of various modes of transportation and the creation of seamless mobility offerings, as well as inviting areas where people can enjoy spending time.


Metropolitan mobility is undergoing a revolution, and it starts small. Rental bikes, e-scooters and mopeds have long since taken over urban spaces and reshaped everyday life. Although its utility is still up for debate, empirical evidence suggests that spontaneous sharing not only improves urban mobility but also plays a significant role in the mobility transition.

Flex commuting

Flexibility and independence are changing mobility and the future of work, as mobility budget beats company cars. The company car is becoming a thing of the past, and employees are looking for other ways to go to work. A promising approach to rethinking mobility on the way to work is the mobility budget.


The modern taxi era of autonomous vehicles is a natural part of everyday street life. They are not only shaking up the taxi industry and expanding the market for ride services but are also altering the way we think about private and public transport, shifting the focus from the driver to the passenger.

V2G mobility

With vehicle-to-grid technology, e-cars that feed electricity back into the grid, are turned into mobile power plants that contribute to a more robust energy infrastructure. The synergy between energy and mobility allows local power grids to adapt to peak loads and increases the level of autonomy in everyday life.

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