Stockholm ranked best European city for mobility systems
Stockholm has been ranked as highest European city for mobility in the global top 10 in a new study carried out by Arthur D Little.
The study marked cities out of 100 based on the maturity, innovativeness and performance of their urban mobility systems, with Stockholm, the Swedish capital, scoring 57.1% – putting it in second position globally to Singapore with 59.3%.
However, Arthur D Little said most cities it analysed had scope for major improvement, with an average score of just 42.3% worldwide.
Cities were ranked on latest transport trends including peer-2-peer car sharing platforms, ride-sharing platforms, e-hail and taxi platforms, multimodal mobility platforms worldwide, as well as autonomous vehicle services and pilot schemes.
Following Singapore and Stockholm were Amsterdam (56.7), Copenhagen (54.6), Hong Kong (54.2) and London (53.9%). Only 10 cities scored more than 50 points, out of which eight were European and two Asian.