Sharing mobility, the Italian ranking: the primacy in Milan increases Rome – Chronicle

Sharing mobility, the Italian ranking: the primacy in Milan increases Rome – Chronicle
Sharing mobility, the Italian ranking: the primacy in Milan increases Rome – Chronicle

Shared mobility has overcome the pandemic shock and has started to grow again: in 2021 scooters, bikes and scooters in sharing have exceeded the values ​​of the pre-pandemic 2019, and car sharing is reaching them in recent weeks. Subscriptions to sharing mobility services in Italy have reached share of 5 and a half million with 158 sharing services active in 49 cities (triple in 2015); about 15 million Italians can use at least one sharing service with nearly 90,000 shared vehicles (cars, scooters, bicycles and scooters). There are only four Italian cities where I am all four services are present shared (car, bike, scooter, monopattini): Milan, Rome, Turin and Florence.

The Milanese primacy

Milan is confirmed once again the queen city of shared mobility. In fact, the Lombard capital excels in all the main indicators: mileage, number of vehicles and number of rentals. Furthermore, the data on daily rentals in Italy can be compared with the Fluctuo Shared Mobility Index which monitors 16 European cities: the positive trend recorded in 6 monitored Italian locations (Milan, Turin, Rome, Bologna, Cagliari and Palermo) is online and even better than the European one.

How mobility evolves

Mobility is becoming lighter and lighter: between 2019 and 2020 there was a boom in scooters (+ 65%) and scooters (+ 45%), in the 6 Italian cities monitored thegrowth in daily rentals of shared scooters. Micromobility today accounts for 91% of shared vehicles. The fifth national conference on sharing mobility, organized by the National Observatory on Sharing Mobility, took stock of the state of the art in the Italian panorama and presented the fifth national report on sharing mobility. Strong growth for Rome who gets horny until second place, especially in terms of fleets. In third place Turin. Other metropolitan cities follow (Bologna, Florence, Bari, Genoa). In the top ten also medium-small cities such as (Pescara, Rimini, Verona). To report Brescia, with a very efficient public bike sharing and consolidated car sharing. Between the big cities, Naples remains behind: it does not have a scooter sharing service, and car sharing is small.

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